Today, on Mother’s Day, a day that was created to celebrate mothers everywhere, I celebrated Motherhood. Today I wasn’t spoilt with ‘normal’ gifts, sweets and pampering. Today I was showered with gratitude, humbling experiences, and love. Today, I spent 1 hour with new Moms, at Addington Hospital (Durban South Africa) as part of #Mothersdayconnect Movement…… Continue reading From One Mother to Another #mothersdayconnect
One of my favourite parts of this stage in Connors development (the upside to tantrums) is the imagination that has sparked! I love when we pretends to use is bubble stick as a bow n arrow and sticks it into the back of his shirt. Or uses the skipping rope as a fishing rod while…… Continue reading Imaginative play is fun for the whole family
As moms, we often complain about not having enough hours in the day to get everything done and it’s a real struggle. Usually last of the list of things to care of is, is ourselves. We forget that we also need to give ourselves attention. At the end of the day when all mommy duties…… Continue reading Momma, you are important too!
There is no right way or wrong way to motherhood, no correct path that has to be followed. Perhaps your blessing arrived earlier than you planned, perhaps it was planned for a long time or perhaps you are asking yourself, “How did this happen? I’m not ready?” Regardless of the circumstances, motherhood is amazing and…… Continue reading Motherhood is ALWAYS a blessing!
Shame, perhaps I was a #badmom by allowing the monkey to take the blame for the disappearing milk bottle. Every-time we see a monkey now, Connor shouts out “Naughty Monkey, Monkey took my bottle”, which means my poor child is still hung up on this bottle story. https://youtu.be/xlV1G6uD2J0 At the end of the video, you…… Continue reading “The Monkey stole my bottle”
Remember the days when your child would only fall asleep if you rocked him? Remember the days when you had to wake up every 2 hours to feed him? Remember the days when you were all your child needed? Remember the days? Because I sure do. My little baby is 3 years old and…… Continue reading Please let me hold you a little longer
I’ve been struggling with the post for a few days… Not sure what to write or where to start or how much to share. Then I remembered why I started this blog and what it means to me. ~~~ Let me just start off with saying, Mom, I miss you. I always missed the old…… Continue reading Mom, your struggle is over