Congratulations. You are about to have a baby, or the little one has already arrived. You are likely to feel overwhelmed with lots of different emotions, and you worry that you will forget to look closely at this special time. It is reasonable, therefore, to want to find a way to celebrate the birth of your child.
Night feeds, keeping on top of the dirty washing and other people judging your parenting techniques are among the most stressful things about becoming a new parent. Do you agree? How can you help new parents?
Buying a baby shower or new baby gift you might think is straightforward. If you want to really make an impact with your gift though, think more about what the gift is, not how much it cost and where you bought it from. When you become a parent it is quite overwhelming the number of […]
One of the things most expecting parents are very busy with is getting their nursery ready for the new baby. It’s important that you get this right so that the baby is comfortable, but you also need to focus on making this room practical for the both of you as well. Think you’ve got your […]
I knew you were coming. Mummy spent months preparing me for your arrival. She was so worried I wouldn’t like you, or maybe that I wouldn’t like her anymore for having you. The first time I saw you, you were sleeping. I poked you in the eye and you woke up and pulled a face […]
Although Mummy Fever has been around for quite a while now, it is a year since the new look blog emerged and things really moved on. As a result of this we are only really celebrating the first anniversary of this side of Mummy Fever. As part of this celebration we are bringing you lovely […]
Do you know anyone who is celebrating a new arrival? Have you already sent a gift or are you looking for something a little different? If you are a bit stuck we have a great suggestion for you. What about a feather balloon delivered to their door to mark the occasion? Perfect for welcoming a […]
When I had my second baby this was something I was incredibly anxious about. I agonised over this for much of my second pregnancy and felt I needed to try and think about this from my daughters’ perspective. Until that moment she had not had to share me, not had to compete for my attention. […]