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My Breastfeeding Story – I Could Not Cope

I wouldn’t say I’m an advocate for breastfeeding. In fact I have hardly talked about my early day parenting struggles on the blog because I didn’t really think anyone would care but I’ve read countless amount of stories about breastfeeding recently with it being National Breastfeeding Week. I’m not really sure why there needs to be a national breastfeeding week …

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Fitting Your Child’s Needs Around Your Hectic Lifestyle

This is a collaborative post. Life is pretty intense when you’re a parent. You’re juggling a job, a household, a relationship, and trying to be a parent all at the same time. It’s not easy by anyone’s standards. While parents can keep everything more or less together, there’s always the chance that they’re overlooking a key part of their child’s …

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Celebrating on Sunny Spring Days

Spring is here! Our holiday is getting closer! I have a lot to be grateful and thankful for. I love Spring, especially these lovely super sunny days and blue skies we’ve had recently.I have to admit my personal content has been really lacking on the blog which has frustrated me. To be honest I’ve just not been feeling it that …

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What Makes a Parent?

There is a really easy answer to this question…and the answer is Love. Love makes a parent, not blood or biology. Children, like my own daughter, are incredibly lucky because they do not just have the unbreakable love of their blood relatives and parents but also that of another family. A family that has been blended into their lives through …

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I’ve Failed My Daughter

I’ve already said I’m a selfish parent so why not go into the reasons why I’ve already failed my daughter. Or at least over the six years I’ve been a parent the times in which I have felt like a complete failure of a mother. I know in my head that I haven’t really failed her because she’s here, happy, …