Welcome to the thrilling ride of motherhood—a roller-coaster journey filled with exhilarating highs and challenging lows. Strap in as we explore the dynamic landscape of raising tiny humans, where each twist and turn presents a new adventure. This is a ride like no other, a journey that unfolds with moments of pure joy, resilience, and the occasional loop-de-loop of chaos.
In recent years, discussions about reproductive health and family planning have expanded to embrace innovative options such as egg freezing. As women and couples seek greater flexibility in their personal and professional lives, the process of preserving one’s fertility for the future has become increasingly popular.
A strong maternal attachment, also known as maternal bonding, is an important aspect of the parent-child relationship. It is the emotional bond that forms between a mother and her child and plays a vital role in a child’s development. In this blog post, I will explore the benefits of strong maternal attachment and why it is crucial for a child’s well-being.
Motherhood is like riding a wild rollercoaster—full of ups, downs, and unexpected twists. It’s a journey that transforms us from the inside out, showering us with love, testing our strength, and surprising us at every turn. In this article, I’m diving deep into the wonders of motherhood. Get ready to explore the incredible joys, challenges, and pure magic found in the depths of motherhood—the real, relatable, and awe-inspiring adventure we all share.
Motherhood is a beautiful contradiction – a whirlwind of chaos and calm, exhaustion and exhilaration, selflessness and self-discovery. It’s a journey where you often lose yourself, only to find a stronger, more resilient version of who you were meant to be.
When you have a baby, you have many complex decisions to make around work and childcare and how these things are going to work together. Family finances, how you feel, you baby’s needs, childcare availability and cost, all come into play. The lack of flexibility in the workplace and childcare settings can make this choice even harder, forcing many women to consider remaining at home with their child and/or starting their own business.
Most of the mums this Mother’s Day will be exhausted. Having just finished, or at least approaching the end of another long period of home-schooling, characterised by a bigger juggle than normal.
Something I realised very quickly when I became a mama was that the role comes with worry and stress. Like, constant. There are tons of stressful situations I’ve been in over the years with the children, but by far the most stressful is if one of them has needed to go to hospital, or generally just been unwell. I hate it and I hate not being able to instantly fix it.