A little list of the top 5 things to do in Glasgow as a new mum. Or dad. Get out, meet people, see stuff and eat cake. You don’t even need to be in Glasgow!
This resonated with me.
Years ago, I used to not do stuff because I wasn’t happy with how I looked. Having a baby freed me from that quite a lot. Partly because I’m so aware that I’m her role model, and I really want to be a positive one in any way I can.
I do care a lot less what others think now, and I also realise that most people don’t give a crap how I look.
But I still have those days sometimes. I’m sure most of us do…
I remember my mum trying to tell me what it’s like to have kids. She couldn’t, because I couldn’t imagine, understand or even nearly comprehend what it’s like to have a child.
This is really lovely. It’s the best explanation I’ve read!
It’s Mother’s Day! I never fully appreciated Mothers Day until I became one myself. During my lie in until 9am (I remember when that was early) I started thinking about all the mums in my life… I’m thankful for my own mum. I wouldn’t be who I am today without her, and I’m so grateful …
This is beautiful. I just read it and cried. A lot. From beginning to end. All true!