How to get through the first two weeks of breastfeeding

I have been breastfeeding our second baby for two weeks now, and so far it is going well. Our first experience of breastfeeding our daughter was a very different picture with weight loss issues, and… View Post

16 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Become A Mummy by Navigating Baby

It’s no easy job becoming a Mummy. It’s an emotional, overwhelming, happy and role changing time. Here Navigating Baby shares with us 16 things she wishes she knew before becoming a Mummy. This is great… View Post

Our second birth story: Welcome Bertie

I never really wrote about our first birth; the birth of our daughter nearly three years ago. I’ve included it in some blog posts, but not in the detail it deserves. The real reason for… View Post

How to survive the first week after having a c-section

Having a c-section is nothing to be sniffed at. It certainly isn’t an easy way out of childbirth. Yes, it might be easier than having a normal birth, however the recovery and aftermath is incredibly… View Post

“Babies Can Sleep Anywhere” says BookBairn

We all wish that our baby will sleep before they even arrive. Sometimes we are lucky and have a sleeping baby, whereas on the flip side we could be up all night with them. Kim… View Post

Making life easier this Father’s Day with Braun

All Dad’s deserve a treat, just like us Mum’s do. They work tirelessly to help us look after our children, and look after us when we have just got home from hospital with a new… View Post

Guest Post: Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) by Steph’s Two Girls

For this guest post I’m delighted to feature Steph Curtis who writes the blog: Steph’s Two Girls. Here Steph tells us her story of finding out that her daughter has Pathological Demand Avoidance, a form… View Post