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When L was a baby nearly eight years ago, there were moments my confidence levels seriously dipped and I needed a big self-esteem boost.

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T x S 2

At the beginning of your parenting journey, I think it’s safe to say that the main things preoccupying your mind are pushchairs, nursery decor and names. As much as these matter, the reality brings totally different challenges, and immeasurable joy too. View Full Post

hels

Here’s a picture of me at the beginning of chaotic half term week; looking calm, but with lots of help and being hosted by a friend who was supplying copious amounts of caffeine. That motherhood notion of juggling it all and winning? I prefer the idea of trying to work out how best to move forward when we do drop the ball/s, as this mysterious multi-tasking concept seems pretty far fetched and one that I think can breed feelings of inadequacy.

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When you join the all encompassing club that is motherhood, I strongly believe judgement has to be left at the door. No mums should need to justify their decisions, whether it be breastfeeding or co-sleeping, clothing choices or meals.

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maternity myths and memories

George at Asda are asking bloggers to talk about their memories and general myths surrounding maternity and motherhood. Always one to shout my mouth off about motherhood, I was more than up for it. So, here goes, my tale of being a mum and some of the myths I’ve encountered over the years…

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