'Omg I'm so excited!' were my first words as I read the Facebook update of a new coffeeshop opening in Chiswick. For parents. It's as if someone had read my mind and said, 'Okay, let's create somewhere that parents can go for a coffee whilst their children can safely have fun, but let's make it … Continue reading Parenthood Cafe Chiswick
After speaking to the Ealing Perinatal team who recommended I try mother and baby yoga. I had tried it once before with Alfie but had found it rather boring; the teacher demonstrated all the poses whilst I copied, and Alfie was left to his own devices, rolling around on the floor. I didn't particularly warm … Continue reading Yoga for Post-partum Depression
I'm always interested in how other mums or dads spend their day if they are alone with their baby, and if they find it as much as a struggle as me. From speaking to mums at the fitness class I attend at Frame Kings Cross, it seems that everyone else is having a pretty easy time … Continue reading Alfie and Me-A Day In The Life
Wow, it's HARD being a mum. I actually used to (inwardly) roll my eyes when I heard people at work go on about how little sleep they were getting, and how their baby was going this or doing that. I couldn't relate, so generally switched off. In fact, I found the subject boring. Now, … Continue reading I LOVE Child’s Pose
I haven't posted in absolutely ages as was busy giving birth to my now six month old son and have been completely preoccupied with looking after him! It was tough at first, but things have got easier due to us managing to get him into a bit of a routine. He is, however, exactly like … Continue reading ‘Baby blues’?