For Mother’s Day, I encouraged my readers to go ahead and ask me ANY question they had about Motherhood and Disability. Here’s what you came up with! Continue reading Motherhood and Disability | Q & A!
How I lost myself for 5 years, plagued with “Mummy guilt.” Changing my thought process on what being a “Good Mum” actually was – in a bid to save myself. Continue reading The “Me” after Motherhood
(Title Image: Abbie 3yrs old in shopping trolley + an example of her healthy lunches) Almost every parent ends up with one child that always was or becomes a fussy eater at some point. Usually somewhere around 2-3 years old … Continue reading Healthy Eating With Your Little Fusspot!
(Title Image featuring a trip-free safety gate) Pretty much everybody knows about the ‘nesting’ phase when you’re awaiting the arrival of a little one. Whether that phase be from the word “Congratulations!” or a few days before the big day, nobody … Continue reading A Guide to | Nesting with a Disability
I’m very much a researcher, an adapter, a think ahead kind of person, and that also applies to my role as a Mum. In every single problem my disability causes I automatically think outside the box and find a way … Continue reading Letting Go Of What I Can’t Do With My Children