1. Controlling my emotions are difficult; but that doesn’t mean I’m completely out of control. I’ve adapted to my situation, I’ve never known anything different so I don’t know how you experience daily life. I feel everything a lot stronger it seems and it can appear erratic & “crazy” but it’s me & I wouldn’t change that.
I posted on Instagram recently about the two questions I get asked the most. One I’ve answered already; what is it like to be a mother with BPD? The second I’m answering right now; why don’t I post photos of my son? Well like I said then I do but I guess I share less
It’s that time again when we all start to reminisce about the year we’ve had & look forward to the year about to sneak up on us. I can quite happily say I’m looking back on 2019 fondly & looking forward to 2020. I really enjoyed 2019 even though it was actually a tad difficult.
I guess it’s about time to share Jasper’s birth story….. If you’re interested in reading my birth story then off you pop; stick the kettle on, grab something to nibble on cause it’s not going to be short & sweet. If not I totally understand; trust me I wasn’t interested in babies till one decided
Here I sit trying to make use of the free time available. I’m pretty damn tired & I could potentially use this time to do absolutely nothing but… productivity guilt has hit once again. Isn’t it funny how even on your crappier days you can get taken over by a wave of guilt. Am I
I’ve got to let you guys into a little secret; breastfeeding sucks when it comes to your skin. I absolutely loved my skin during pregnancy but as we headed into my short-lived third trimester my skin began to change. Once our little man was born it appeared he took all that good skin magic with
Well isn’t this new?! Don’t worry as you can tell from the title this was news for us too as we we’re unexpectedly pregnant. If you don’t follow me on my socials (why blooming not…?) you probably haven’t heard the news that Jacob & I are expecting a little one later this year. August to