I’ve thought about writing this post for a while and have been putting it off and off because sometimes writing is therapeutic and sometimes it exacerbates whatever I’m feeling. If you follow me over on insta or have read any other blog posts regarding mental health you’d be aware that I struggle with PTSD following … Continue reading My Coping Mechanisms for Anxiety – COVID-19
As I sit here typing this blog post away I can’t help but feel warmly content with my little family. After a delicious tea, Alden is reading his space stories over by his rocket den, it’s cosy, calm and quiet. There has been so much struggle in the last half of 2019 but I surprise … Continue reading 2020 – Hopes and Growth
How quickly did 2019 go?! Especially December I feel like I’ve blinked and missed it! So much has happened to us this year - the good the bad and the struggle is pretty much how i’d describe this year! It all started as a rush of excitement. I was following my dreams of opening my … Continue reading 2019 recap – what a year!
It’s 3am, like most nights.. I’m awake. Either i’ve not actually dropped to sleep yet or i’ve woke up in blind panic, heart racing, uneasy feeling that we’re not safe that in some night terror fuelled sequence that seemed so damn realistic I’m in flight mode. My body urges me physically that I’m not okay, … Continue reading
We were very kindly gifted some lovely products from Emmas Diary & Families UK on behalf of the wonderful Childs Farm! I've used Childs Farm for a couple of years now as I found Alden's skin would react to anything that wasn't natural or kind to baby skin. Im so pleased another Mum on instagram … Continue reading Childs Farm – Review – Emmas Diary / Families UK #Ad
I’ve been thinking about writing a blog post along these lines for so long, but always thought no, dont be annoyed, deep breaths lol. Then I saw yet another post and I remembered i’d rather blurt it out into words than push the frustration away to spring back on the next post I see inadvertently … Continue reading Be nice?
I think about this a bloody lot, have I done enough? Being a mother, it is a ca-jillion times worse, persistently thinking have I done enough? It can cover a broad range being a mammy - have spent enough time with my children? Did I read enough bedtimes stories? Have I made enough homemade nutrient … Continue reading Enough of Enough?!