The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Or does it? As mums, we always want the best for our children, but how many times have we been faced with situations where we feel like we have just not been enough? (more…)
It’s an icy cold winters night. It is just after 2am. All that can be heard in our home, aside from subtle hum of sleep – is the “brrrrrr, brrrrrr, brrrrrr” of my breastpump. I am pumping to make up enough milk for Daniel for school the next day. We are still exclusively breastfeeding. It is so much pressure. I ended up sitting up for an hour – sobbing while I pumped. I don’t want to do this anymore I thought, feeling so sorry for myself. (more…)
Although little, he has like a tornado, turned our lives upside down. Our little firecracker has recently begun to walk. This phase of our lives has been more than a little traumatic. Mostly for me – he has been falling more than what my heart can handle. All the while he has been teaching me… lessons from my baby. (more…)
As you know Baby Dove Launched in South Africa recently. In case you didn’t know you can catch up on what happened at the launch here. I have already touched on all the ideas behind the brand. Such as how Baby Dove spent so much time thinking about this product and the moms that would be using it. But the proof is obviously in the pudding. And what a delicious pudding it is!
“Me and you sitting in a tree – K.I.S.S.I.N.G, first comes love. Then comes marriage. Then comes a baby in a baby carriage!” And then? And then what? Well, I googled it – and the rest of the song says “Sucking his thumb, wetting his pants, doing the hula, hula dance!” They got that part right! But the me and you is no longer important after you have a baby comes. We don’t even feature in the song anymore. (more…)