Millenial First, Mum Never?

I want more children. Long before Liam was even a thought, those words wouldn’t have left my lips so easily, if even at all. Growing up, I never gave much thought to marriage, kids and the white picket fence. When my sister gave birth to her daughter, I was active in her upbringing and at…

Coping with a Special Needs Child

Motherhood is an unpredictable journey. When I found out I was pregnant, all the obvious thoughts came to mind. Will it be a boy or a girl? Who will they look like? How much will they weigh? Aaah, labour! Of course, every expecting mother wants, first and foremost, for the baby to be healthy and…

3 Must-See Kids-Friendly Places in Bristol

Being a mum can become quite monotonous; I often find myself getting stuck in my day-to-day routine as does Liam (although he quite likes a bit of routine). Although I can’t change much during I week, I look forward to the weekends to explore this new city we now call home. I’ve been living in…

5 Worry- Free Father’s Day Gift Ideas

It’s a known fact that Father’s Day stands behind the shadow of the fanfare that is Mother’s Day. Trust me, I know. But dads are just as important and so is their day. This year, Liam and I will both be missing Father’s Days with his dad, John, so I’m going to have to put…

Louis Theroux: Mothers on Edge- You Are Not Alone

Where do I start? I am fortunate enough to say, I had a pretty easy breezy pregnancy. When Liam was born, sure, I had my feelings of loneliness and helplessness from time to time but I can’t say I experienced any post-partum depression. But I did feel differently; my usual positive, happy-go lucky outlook was…

5 Tips: Relocating To a New Country with a Toddler

We’re moving! Yes, I can’t believe it’s actually happening and I can finally say it but in a few weeks, we will be en route to the UK. Smack dab in the middle of winter. I know, I know, why submit myself (and Liam) to the torture? I have had my fair share of clueless…