The title is a bit of a lie, I don't think lockdown has gotten to me, I know it has. Lately I've become a nag, my temper is short and I feel like I've got a hundred and one things to do and that they're never going to get done. I'm constantly frustrated at the … Continue reading I’ve Become A Nag (AKA I Think Lockdown is Getting To Me)
It's Mental Health Awareness Week and the focus this year is on kindness and it got me thinking. You see, I'm not very kind to myself, I can be down on myself, not tidying up enough, not finishing up my do to list, the kids aren't simulated enough, we're all still in pyjamas at 11am … Continue reading Being Kind to Myself
Sigi is almost 6 months old (how has that happened?!), Which means I'm also nearly six months postpartum so I thought I would do a bit of an update about how I'm doing. Physically, my C-section scar has healed very nicely. I do get the occasional twinges, especially if I've had to walk a long … Continue reading My (Almost) 6 Months Post C-Section Update.
Today, October 10th 2019 is World Mental Health Day. I've spoken on here multiple times before about my mental health and my struggles, with my post natal anxiety after Frey was born, but what I haven't really talked about all the other things that cause me anxiety, make me feel worthless, or a bit of … Continue reading Me and My Mental Health.
I'm officially 6 weeks post c-section and birth, so I thought I would do a quick update all about how I'm handling the healing process this time round. I don't know if it's because it was an elective caesarean or because it was the second time round but I found the healing process physically far … Continue reading 6 Week Post C-Section Update
It's Maternal Mental Health Week this week, a week dedicated to raising awareness about the mental health of both pre and post natal mums. With this in mind I decided to post today, about my mental health and the journey I've gone on since Frey was born. Now I'll be honest I wasn't sure if … Continue reading Maternal Mental Health Week: My Story