The breastfeeding context: a set-up for success - Sara Russell, Ph.D., NTP
In this initial installment of my post series on breastfeeding, I cover the importance of setting up a supportive context. Stay tuned for further posts.
Baby Bonding Guilt
Share Tweet to @mummykindoff When you're pregnant, people try to prepare you for the birth. They tell you about their birth stories, some of which may be more like horror stories to a first time pregnant mum! They ask you your birthing plan. They even tell you that you won't sleep properly again, or at…
Learn to love yourself | Learning to love yourself, Learn to love, Learning
May 28, 2018 - Share Tweet to @mummykindoff The title says it all really, all I have seen lately is people beating themselves up whether they are too thin, too fat, too tall…the list is endless, but when di…
Putting yourself first
Share Tweet to @mummykindoff So one thing I’ve noticed recently is that, as mums, we rarely prioritise ourselves. We put everything before our wellbeing, seriously…even the washing comes before putting ourselves first and my question is why? Why is it “normal” to be over tired and under-appreciated…when did it become acceptable for mums to feel…
No Second Thoughts
Concentration is a thing of the past. Long gone are the days I could recall information. I’m pretty sure that when people have conversations with me that my eyes are glazed over and I just smile and nod in agreement.