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What defines a ‘Good Mum’? | Raising Evelyn

What defines you as being a ‘Good Mum’? Is it the healthy diet? or the endless gifts? or what about the attendance to every single school play? or the time you spend with your children? Well really, it is a combination of all of these and finding a happy medium. I have recently been asking myself this question. I am pretty good at thinking of all the things I should be doing like giving Evelyn more varieties of foods or maybe she should be socialising more. But what does being  ...

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Motherhood | The first chapters of life

Motherhood. No one can prepare you for it. No matter how many websites you read or how much advice you are given you can only be told about experience. Each baby is unique and only the minority are text book babies. I remember being told that having a ‘good baby’ is sleeping through the night at 6 weeks. After ample research it turns out babies shouldn’t sleep through the night and if they do you are most likely over feeding them. Babies should wake every 2-5 hours  ...

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Bump update Week 16| Journey into my 2nd Trimester

They say week 14 onwards things start getting easier, thankfully, I have spent the past 14 weeks feeling great allbeit tired. I am so lucky to have not one moment of morning sickness and for that I am eternally grateful. I have suffered from a few headaches but I think that I would rather have that than be throwing up every morning. I feel like my body was made for pregnancy. It has taken it in its stride and although I am probably measuring quite big, I know that I would rather be big and  ...

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Mother’s Day- A dedication to my mum

So no, this is not a beauty post nor is it a review of some kind. This is a post of dedication. This is a post dedicated to my mum, because…let’s be honest… without her, where would I be? My mum is called Dawn. Always happy, always bright and always full of hope just like a summer’s dawn. She is a wonderful woman who has spent her entire life caring for others. My mother, until recently, was a nurse. Aged 18 she moved into nursing quarters and from that very day her  ...

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