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The changing of the season is something we are so used to, that, unless there are extreme conditions we don’t even notice it. However, for babies, all of that is completely new. Everything from higher temperatures to shorter nights comes as a surprise to them, and it is up to the parents to guide them through this turbulent period. That will include working on new sleep...
Last updated: 20/02/2017 by TraceyC to TraceyC's Blog
Filed under: MummyBloggers
At about 8pm on St. Stephen's day I was busy scrubbing out my oven. I wish I cold say it was because I had just finished cooking a lovely Stephen's day dinner. But it wasn't the case. Cleaning, and I mean MAJOR cleaning, seems to be something that I tend to do in times of shock, upset or sheer panic! In this instance it was due to pure shock and a little bit of panic, if I’m...
Orla - The Irish Mammy There is no such thing as a mammy who has it all together! Blogging and writing has always been something that I have been interested in. I follow so many other bloggers online and always leave each site thinking "I can do that. If they can start a blog, why can't I?." The one thing that stopped me was fear. I was afraid that my content wouldn't be...
As a sufferer of gestational diabetes, my second pregnancy brought on sickness and insulin dependency from the second month. I was in and out of hospital for weeks at a time leaving behind my 2.5 year old despite our closeness and her clinginess to me. This, looking back was probably the beginning of my downward spiral as the due date neared I began to feel really guilty and...
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I'm just wondering how much other mums spend on their weekly shop? Mine can vary week to week and I buy mostly own brand, but still it creeps up. We are a family of four (with only one income) and the bill can vary from €150-200 and I feel this is a lot. I desperately need to get this bill down but no matter what I do or where I shop it always creeps up. And on top of...
Last updated: 02/09/2013 by AnonMomPost to AnonMomPost's Blog
Filed under: Mums like us
I have 107 days left at 24 weeks pregnant. Every week something about me and my body changes and baby grows a little more. I can feel her little kicks getting stronger everyday and so can daddy! She even has a little pattern now so I look forward to the end of my day when we can bond with her together. There are so many questions I want to ask her but I probably shouldn't...
Last updated: 14/03/2012 by parnellie to parnellie's Blog
Filed under: Pregnancy
In the news this week, it's been reported that over 300 Irish parents have contacted the US organisers of a children’s beauty pageant in a bid to get them to come over to Ireland, and the organisers have confirmed that they will come here in November. There have been very little other details given as they apparently fear media attention. The organisers have said that the...
Last updated: 16/07/2012 by Maximum to Maximum's Blog
Filed under: Kids like ours
Im rheses negative and my partner is not, now iv done a lot of research on this however im looking to know that if i dont have the anti D injection after my baby is born can i have it when i decide to have another baby, im not into having injections that are only for the IF factor or just in case! So if I have a positive baby, can i have the injection say next year if i decide...
Last updated: 24/08/2012 by googlesss to googlesss's Blog
Filed under: Health
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