It was 2 years ago this week that I gave birth to my first child. At 6 days passed my due date I was booked in for an induction. Following 36 hours of trying and failing to get in to “active labour”, I was taken down to theatre for an emergency cesarean. As it turned … Continue reading Cesarean Awareness Week: My thoughts, my experiences
See how here at Shes A Working Mum we are trying to build a community of parents of teenagers. Don't feel alone #Solidariteen
We have a guest blog this week, Holly from PitterPatterPither, has told her story about how shes transitioned to motherhood. Its something we can relate to. Please tell us what you think. Thanks Holly!!
Find out why Dani has chosen to help others have a baby by donating her eggs.
Find out what Dani has planned for 2018 and send her your top tips.
So the 20 week scan had arrived. Despite facing much judgement about our decision to find out the gender, we were excited to get what we assumed would be confirmation of another boy. Also as I've mentioned before, our lives are dictated by a spreadsheet, so said spreadsheet (and Simon) needed to know if extra … Continue reading Battle of the Sexes
Read our new blog post where two working mums share their story, tips and their new album Ellis Island.
Dani is studying and Its raised more questions that answers! Let her know what you think on this blog post thinking about the impact of Diversity in the NHS.
Our review of The Hair Helper. A product to store neatly all those hair clips and bows! A much need price of kit in a house with girls.
So I am self confessed history geek. Having studied history at university, I’m always partial to a trip to a beautiful castle or a visit to any of Britain’s fantastic historical land marks, and I have to admit I find it difficult not to get sucked in by a good historical drama on TV. The … Continue reading Battles of a Working Mum: an age old problem