My First Day as a Stay-at-Home Dad

Well I’m finally at the end of day one of being a Stay-at-Home dad for the week and I’m already thinking about the fact I have another four of these to go. Suffice to say, there’s a part of me that feels a little bit like this: Spending My First Day as a Stay-at-Home Dad In all honesty though, it wasn’t actually too bad. The couldn’t have gone any easier. Isabelle loved the bath, something I haven’t done with her for a while due to the fact she hated being in there alone. She then got dressed without any problems,…

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I’m About to Return to Work After Maternity Leave – Goodbye MAT Leave

So this is it. This is my last week of being a full time mum, and as of tomorrow morning, I am officially, begrudgingly, going back to work after maternity leave. I can’t quite believe this is the end of my MAT leave, but I guess this day was always going to come. I remember when I first went off I couldn’t even picture this day. It felt so far in the distance it almost didn’t seem real. After all, I had the birth to go through, then of course I had a baby to deal with. When you’re floating around…

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My Wife Is About to Finish Maternity Leave | Everything Is Going to Change

Neither of us can quite believe that it’s come around this quick, but on Monday morning Rachel will go back to work after nine months of maternity leave. And first up for her, a full week of induction. For me, that means Rachel will be out of the house, Monday to Friday, 8 till 6. As you can imagine, Rachel isn’t too happy about the prospect. I can’t even imagine quite how she feels. The most I’ve been away from work is 6 weeks, that’s nothing compared to her time. Suffice to say, she’s been a little bit like this:…

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Review: KidloLand App

When it comes to parenting, there are two very distinct ways that it can be viewed. There’s the romanticised, idealistic view; and there’s the much more realistic, real-life way. The first, is our dream view of how we are, or want to be, as parents. That’s the view where we see ourselves with that grinning, wonderfully dressed child, in a spotlessly clean house after we’ve read them three stories, taught them German and prepared the greenest, healthiest meal we can make. Then there’s the version that we’re actually more accustom to. One where they’re screaming, the house is an utter disgrace…

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Using Online Support to Help With Postnatal Depression

When it comes to depression, it’s incredibly important to have a place to be able to talk openly and honestly about how you are feeling.
 
You have to be able to find support from others who have been where you are or empathise with your situation. The only problem is, that it’s often a very hard thing to open up in front of others, face to face. Or maybe, perhaps, there isn’t anywhere a person feels like they can go to where they can open up, and talking to their family isn’t something they feel comfortable with either. That’s where the internet comes in.

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