How to Adapt to Life as a New Mum

How to Adapt to Life as a New Mum

Becoming a parent is the most life-changing experience imaginable, so it is only natural that making the change from being ‘you’ to being ‘mum’ is going to take a lot of getting used to. During your pregnancy, you may have read all of the parenting and baby books that you could get your hands on,

Milestones: Help! We have a Threenager.

Let’s talk threenagers. The threenager is that age when your 3-year-old continually acts like they are going on 13. They have attitude for miles, a stubborn streak, and want what they want… when they want. Kristen Hewitt, Contributor to HuffPost Writer/Television Reporter/Owner misMEDIA Our names our Kate and Sharon and we have a threenager.

A Rainbow Themed Gift Guide

I’m not really sure what came first in my life, the love of women or the love of Rainbows. Either way, both make me incredibly happy and with Pride season on it’s way I now have the perfect excuse to top up our collection of Rainbow goodies in the house. Over the past decade I’ve

LGBT History Month: Why Our Son Will Never Be an Ally.

Last year, I started a fantastic new book by Frank Lowe called ‘Raised by Unicorns‘, which is a collection of stories by people with LGBTQ+ parents. It’s one of those books that I’ve really savoured as I simply don’t want it to end. It’s raw and unfiltered, and regardless of it’s audience, it teaches the

I Heart Sundays

The last two weeks saw a change in routine for us as I had a training course that I had to attend, meaning that Sharon and I had to do a switch when it came to childcare (which was easier said than done! Talk about military operation!). This meant Sharon did the nursery drop offs

Milestones: The Last Year

A few weeks ago Sharon and I submitted T’s application for Primary Schools, and as soon as we pressed ‘submit’ it hit us. It suddenly dawned on us that this would be the last year of doing so many things that we’re currently used to, and I’m a little sad. From family holidays whenever we