It takes a village

‘It takes a village to raise a child’. I feel the truth, and sometimes pain of this a lot.  I’m definitely feeling the loss of my village. I think really I’m feeling the loss of having a partner with me, a person that I’m supposed to be sharing this wildly unknown, emotional, difficult new journeyContinue reading “It takes a village”

Adapting to co-parenting

Staying friends with your ex partner for the sake of a child. In my experience (and I imagine for many) this is one of the hardest things to do.  Unless you both just miraculously fall out of love with each other but still want to be around each other (ha), there are likely going to be someContinue reading “Adapting to co-parenting”

Parenting in a pandemic

This past week I hit a few bumps in my parenting road. Lockdown is definitely partly to blame, but also I’ve just been feeling the sheer exhaustion that is parenthood. I’ve hit a point where my energy is pretty consistently low, which isn’t a surprise really, being a single Mum to an almost 5 monthContinue reading “Parenting in a pandemic”

Obligatory introductory post… (well, that’s a mouthful)

I suppose that if I’m going to start writing a blog, I really ought to write an introductory post! This is my first time writing a blog. It was a slightly spur of the moment idea but one that has periodically popped into my head plenty, only this time I decided to take the leap.Continue reading “Obligatory introductory post… (well, that’s a mouthful)”