One of the biggest questions a new mum will face is how they will feed their newborn baby. Obviously, breastfeeding is recommended by all of the healthcare professionals who will tell you it’s natural, and it’s painless, and it’s the most beneficial means of feeding. They lie. Whilst it is the most natural thing in… Continue reading The truth about breastfeeding.
As a university student and a young mum, I have no money. To say I am poor would be an understatement. I haven’t been shopping for myself since before I was pregnant and as Little R is now ten months old, that is quite a while. I went to a jumble sale with my mum today.… Continue reading Just call me Ms Thrifty.
On my drive home this evening, the bypass was busy. At 6 o clock in the evening this is not a rare occurrence, but it was odd that everyone was merging into one lane. As I neared, a young girl in a 206 had broken down across one lane, and her car had spilt oil… Continue reading Unaware, or just don’t care?
During my pregnancy, and even at the beginning when I had just given birth, with a screaming newborn child, I promised myself I would remain fabulous. As soon as everything was settled, a routine was established, my life was back to normal, I planned to lose all my baby weight, apply make up and style… Continue reading It has happened.
So this is the boring part, but I feel that it needs to be done! I’m Catherine, I’m 23 and I am absolutely hilarious. I am happily married 5% of the time and I want to kill my husband the other 95%. We have a lovely nine month old baby girl – Little R. We… Continue reading A little bit about me.