24 09, 2014

Getting Out Of The House!

By | September 24th, 2014|Baby, breastfeeding, change, family, Health, maternity, newborn, pregnancy, Travel, well being|0 Comments

One of the best parts of my pregnancy was how active I was during it. I was blessed in that right throughout I felt really good and I didn't suffer with many aches and pains. I had the usual "morning sickness" but even at that it was always in the evenings when I got in [...]

11 08, 2014

Two Months Old – Where is my newborn?

By | August 11th, 2014|Baby, breastfeeding, co sleeping, development, newborn, Parenting, vaccinations|0 Comments

Even writing those words feels surreal, I cannot believe my squishy newborn is now a two month old baby. Using the word "old" to describe his age seems hilarious as he's only been on this planet for a mere 63 days. But my oh my what an affect he has had on the world in [...]

3 08, 2014

The Storm Before The Calm

By | August 3rd, 2014|breastfeeding, motherhood, newborn, nursing, Parenting, pregnancy|1 Comment

No I didn't mix up the saying. I wanted to write about the first six weeks of being a mother who is breastfeeding. The storm before the calm. A lot of people had advised me that the first six weeks would be the hardest and this is something that I have found to be very [...]

29 07, 2014

A Baby’s Life

By | July 29th, 2014|birth, breastfeeding, Health, lactation, newborn, nipple shields, osteopathy, pregnancy|0 Comments

Billy was a busy man last week. Literally every single day we had to attend an appointment of some sort. We had his six week check-up in the Coombe Hospital, then the regular six week check-up with the GP, a visit from a Lactation Consultant (I'll get to that) and finally a trip to the [...]