Flushing your dreams down the toilet (quite literally)

Flushing your dreams down the toilet (quite literally)

It’s taken me quite a while to write this blog. I wrote another very similar post very soon after I’d had a miscarriage back in October and alas, I’ve had another one. It happened in virtually identical circumstances; no heartbeat…

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Baby news after your miscarriage

Baby news after your miscarriage

I thought I had cried all I could when I found out I’ve had a miscarriage. Turns out, just as you think you’re getting your head around it, there are lots of other moments that come and kick you in the…

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The hardest post I’ve ever had to write

The hardest post I’ve ever had to write

I have some baby news. It’s not the post I’d hoped I’d be writing – it’s actually the hardest post I think I’ve ever had to write, but it is one I feel I need to write it for my…

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Sponsored article by SMA® Nutrition: What do the first 1000 days of your child’s life look like (and why are they so important)?

Sponsored article by SMA® Nutrition: What do the first 1000 days …

In my previous life, I’d listen to pregnant colleagues referring to their pregnancies by weekly increments (and sometimes days too). Surely the monthly milestones were enough? I mean, there are nine after all. I’d hear friends and family call their…

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One year from getting pregnant

One year from getting pregnant

It’s the first few days in February, which therefore means my journey to officially becoming a Mummy is a whole year old already. From getting pregnant to the birth of my baby…

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