Fighting feelings; mind over matter.

Storm in a teacup Before I even begin to write this post, I already feel an element of guilt, concerned by how my words may come across. I even feel bad about thinking these thoughts and sharing them on a public media platform, for others to read and share. However, from the beginning of myContinue reading “Fighting feelings; mind over matter.”

Babies first..trip to A&E.

I noticed as I woke a little dried blood on the bed sheet, this had come from Eleanor’s ear which has also specks of blood dried up. Worried by this, I cleaned her up and kept my eye for any odd behaviour and warning signs of infections. Eleanor has lately grown an obsession with tuggingContinue reading “Babies first..trip to A&E.”

Coping with acid reflux and colic. How do I help my baby through this helpless phase?

For some time now, I have discovered that Eleanor had developed reflux. This began as silent probably at three weeks old and was quite difficult to diagnose. However by eight weeks old this soon developed into a more serious form of acid reflux where during and after feeds she would swallow relentlessly and become ratherContinue reading “Coping with acid reflux and colic. How do I help my baby through this helpless phase?”

From breast to bottle. My baby can’t bottle feed to save her life.

The time has come where my baby is now seven weeks old. I am over having her feeding from my breast all day and through the course of a whole night. I am ready to have a little bit of freedom back. Some me time again, as far as that goes as a new Mother.Continue reading “From breast to bottle. My baby can’t bottle feed to save her life.”

The things I wish my midwife had told me.

  Hindsight is a wonderful thing, isn’t it? During the course of my pregnancy, I was always so blind sighted by the concept of holding my baby that I didn’t really explore or look into what life might be like post baby and what babies actually do. We all know how it goes; babies, eat,Continue reading “The things I wish my midwife had told me.”

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