What helps us.
A big change.
What to do when night terrors strike.
All work and no play makes for one hell of a frazzled mumboss.
Pre-kids, I'd devoured every book I could get hold of that could prepare me for parenthood, I'd seen the movies (two pushes and it's out) and completed an NCT crash course on a weekend with my husband.
I've noticed recently whilst chatting to several close mummy friends of mine that we're often drawn into the topic of having more kids. That and endless adulation over Harvey Specter from Suits. Drool! Maybe he's the one making our ovaries go into overdrive.
Unmissable stress-relief tips.
I'm excited to welcome Dr Juliet McGrattan, GP, writer and runner extraordinaire to Honest Mum.
Sleep-deprivation isn't just for parents of newborns, I'm still waiting for my 5 year old, Oliver to sleep through the night, every night. Really. Both he and Alexander are light sleepers like their Mama and both will usually wake up at least once a night if not more. Good times. ...And it's not just us who are suffering, the majority of parents I've asked recently, seem to be too. It appears we are all relentlessly searching for the holy grail of consistent sleep-argh remember the full 8 hours pre-kids. It's but a distant memory for myself and so many.