Alternative Mum survival tips

I am trying to avoid all the standard recommendations (sleepyheads, swaddling, white noise machine etc) as Emily saw right through all of them. Instead here is my list, it is quite specific to me and Emily and probably not that practical but I think they're all good tips! Snuzpod v Snackpod Emily was NOT sold … Continue reading Alternative Mum survival tips

Thank God for good women

I don't know if you've ever had one of those moments where you feel like your whole world has just come crashing down? Where you kind of knew this moment was coming but the hideousness of the reality of the situation wipes you off your feet. It takes everything you've got away from you. Your … Continue reading Thank God for good women

Men-children everywhere

*ranty, sweary, negative, stereotyping and hastily written post* Now just to start this by saying it isn't a thinly veiled way of slagging off my husband. We are getting on relatively well at the moment and having spoken to some other women I am feeling (comparitevly) lucky. He was never abusive and as far as … Continue reading Men-children everywhere

Find Your Tribe: a Daisy Appreciation Post

I feel like there are set times in your life when it is easiest (and most important) to get a really good friendship group which is normally school, uni, babies and if you're lucky work. When I was pregnant I really felt the pressure to make Mum friends, everyone seems to act like NCT is … Continue reading Find Your Tribe: a Daisy Appreciation Post

Netflix and Chill (your way through divorce)

I'm aware what 'Netflix and Chill' means but I think it is a silly meaning. I'm talking literal Netflix and chill, preferably with a box of Maltesers and baby asleep. Here are my top tips for cheer you up distraction TV for divorcing singe mamas: Gilmore Girls. I bloody love this guilty pleasure, I remember … Continue reading Netflix and Chill (your way through divorce)

Gingerbread and single mum friends

Today we went for our third Gingerbread meet up, there were a few single mums and their little ones. I really enjoy the Gingerbread meetings, I love my group of Mum friends from my antenatal group but they are all happily married to dedicated fathers and although they offer sympathy / anger as appropriate it … Continue reading Gingerbread and single mum friends