It has been 5 days since my 2-year-old had his last feed, and it is slowly sinking in that after 4 years, 1 month and 23 days, my breastfeeding journey has come to an end. Last night at bedtime, he didn’t even ask for his “mummy milk.” I’m grateful that Max is ready to move on, but a little piece of me is crying on the inside knowing that I will never breastfeed again.Read More
Do you ever notice your thoughts?
That may sound like a silly question. Of course, you notice yourself thinking… but how often do you really pay attention to your thoughts? How often are you thinking without thinking?Read More
Last Sunday I drove to Buckley Falls and asked the universe for a sign. A sign that it was listening. I stood at the lookout and started meditating. I asked the universe a question, cleared my mind as much as I could, relaxed and allowed myself to be open to receive…Read More
I love this photo. It captures so much of what life is like parenting young children. Doing push-ups with my (almost!) 2yr old on my back, both of us laughing. There’s so much joy and it’s so typical… Some ‘me time’ interrupted.Read More
Earlier today, my 3yr old wanted to do some chalk drawings with me. He said “you can draw a dinosaur.” Now, I’m no artist (can you tell!), but when he saw my attempt at a Stegosaurus he exclaimed “Wow, mummy! That’s amazing! You DID it!!” He was so excited and genuinely impressed and I thought, how perfect is that! My little boy didn’t see the imperfections, he saw the beauty, the intention, the achievement and joy in creating purely for the sake of creating.Read More