It’s hard to put into words the sheer joy of being a mother. Once you finally hold your little one in your arms, it can truly be completely transformative. However, a lot of us are guilty of believing that we can resume our typical routines after giving birth. We tend to forget that pregnancy, labour, and delivery are all serious events from which our bodies must recuperate.
Baby showers can be a fun part of becoming a mother and a chance to build that excitement. Having a baby is expensive, so why not use this opportunity to help the new parents out with a few bits and bobs to get them started.
Life as a new mum is hectic, relentless and unforgiving. In the midst of night feeds, nappy changes and newborn screaming, the thought of taking time for yourself is either lost completely or strikes you as hilariously ridiculous. Even so, it’s crucial that you take some time out for yourself to relax, recuperate, and recharge […]
Running is not for everyone. Those that do run are normally better at either sprinting or long distance running. The really annoying clever ones (like my daughter) are good at both. I was never a sprinter at school. All my close friends were but I was the one who was always entered for the 800m […]
Getting fit after giving birth is very personal thing and often depends on the mum and delivery. It also of course depends on the baby (it can be more challenging if you have a baby that likes to be held the bulk of the time) and of course the amount of time you have available […]