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I remember friends who had children before me always saying two things. First, when you have a child, you will experience a love for someone else like you never have before. Second be prepared to always feel guilty. Always. The first one sounded amazing but the second bit of wisdom, did not. I was someone who struggled with feeling guilty about the dumbest things to begin with, so how was I going...
Last updated: 20/04/2015 by AlisonCurtis to AlisonCurtis's Blog
Filed under: According to Alison
There are so many questions to discuss when you are pregnant. Do you know if you are having a boy or a girl? Do you have any names picked out? Where are you having the baby? Are you aiming to do it naturally? Where are you buying your crib, your buggy, your changing table? And so on... One thing I don’t really remember talking about during those nine months was breastfeeding. I told my husband I...
Last updated: 18/03/2015 by AlisonCurtis to AlisonCurtis's Blog
Filed under: According to Alison
My little girl arrived via emergency Caesarean section on May 4th 2011 and I named her Joan. We became the talk of our ward as I had had a rare condition called an abruption, which in the words of one midwife, “put everyone on their toes”. A few days later another nice midwife, whose name I wish I remembered, walked me through that all-daunting task of giving your baby their first bath. She...
Last updated: 16/02/2015 by AlisonCurtis to AlisonCurtis's Blog
Filed under: According to Alison
We're excited to announce that Alison Curtis has joined the blogging team at MummyPages. Catch up on her According to Alison blog posts . Canadian DJ Alison Curtis is mum of one, living in Dublin city centre with her bassist husband. The popular presenter became full-time for Today FM in 2008, first presenting The Alison Curtis Show weeknights from 10pm-12am and than moving to The Early...
Last updated: 12/02/2015 by AlisonCurtis to AlisonCurtis's Blog
Filed under: According to Alison
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