Sleep deprived? It's for the best. Feeling touched out? Just par for the course. Stifled, depressed and lonely? This too shall pass.
Nearly a decade ago, I used to hang out in a small forum with a group of other cool mamas I'd met online. I'm still friends with some of them today, despite only having met one of them in the actual flesh. Anyway, one of them started a blog, and then a few more followed... Continue Reading →
When body image is discussed alongside the subjects of pregnancy and breastfeeding, it tends to appear the context of the woman's feelings about her changing body and the impact that her altered body image might have upon the breastfeeding journey. Rarely, if ever, do I hear the next bit taken into consideration. When a woman has... Continue Reading →
This infographic represents a simple social story technique used often with children on the autistic spectrum. I designed this to work with my own son when were we experiencing some problems with his concept of personal space. Social stories were invented by Carol Gray as a method of helping autistic children to develop better social... Continue Reading →
Should I vaccinate my child? What on earth is baby led weaning? What is the optimum temperature for my child's bedroom? Does breastfeeding increase intelligence, or is fed really best? Is smacking abusive or necessary? Should I home school? Is gluten bad for my child? What about dairy? Red meat? ... You cannot escape the... Continue Reading →