Recently big mummy bloggers like Constance Hall and Toby and Roo have openly spoken about the fact that they swear in front of their children and they see no harm in doing so. This whole debate has me questioning why I do and don’t do certain things. Every time I come back with the fact that it just isn’t socially acceptable, what would other people think? I live my life…

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We’ve recently been tasked with putting the Cosatto Supa Go Stroller in Magic Unicorn print* to the test. As ever, Aria was more than happy to sit down, relax and trial the pushchair. Aria has taken to her new stroller like, well, a unicorn takes to rainbows. Now, as we know, a happy baby/toddler is a huge tick when it comes to strollers, but a happy mammy & daddy is…

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I wake up, stretch, turn to my husband and say “my back is aching, I must have slept awkwardly” I think nothing of it, not until my husband turns around and utters the words “I would be more shocked if you didn’t moan about something¬†in the morning”. We shake the parachute at baby group and I struggle, alternating my arms because they feel so heavy. Within the first half hour…

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I used to worry about my toddler because she wasn’t like other toddlers. She wouldn’t explore or throw herself down slides, she wouldn’t climb and discover her surroundings. My toddler was a wimp. Part of me was relieved. it took a lot of stress and worry out of parenting, I didn’t have to worry about my daughter hurting herself or wandering off, because she wouldn’t put herself in danger. As…

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It has taken over two years, but I finally feel as though I have found ‘me’ again, not just mam, but me. Don’t get me wrong I love being Aria’s mam but boy I have missed being me, being Leanne. People used to say that I was funny, I made them laugh. I lost that person, I struggled to make conversation let alone make people laugh. I became lonely¬†and boring.…

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