I want each of my children to feel loved, adored and so very special. I take care to do as much for them as possible. I set out their clothes every morning, set out their breakfast, I pack their bags for them and fill their water bottles for the school day. I clean up after them, put their dishes in the sink or pick up all their toys after they are done playing. I even take it as far as to cut the chicken off the bone for my 10 year old.
I could never understand why my child
I am reading my course set work by Maria Montessori called The Secret of Childhood. The first few chapters have described children living in a world for adult by adults. Educational methods and a child’s needs are predetermined by adults and the child must then fit into them. The book beautifully suggests the converse; that the child be given the freedom to express his or her needs and that the educational methods must be made to fit the child. The book expresses the view tha
After an invigorating day at the hospital; I am going home absolutely drained, sweaty and finished. I have just had to resuscitate a 2 year old child that fell into the pool and nearly drowned. The child was rushed into the hospital in the arms of her father after falling in the pool. There were absolutely no signs of life. We spent 45 minutes fighting to get the beautiful little 2 year old back. We eventually do get a heart beat and intubate the little one.
She is now bare
I was very excited to breast feed my first born, but I didn’t produce one drop of milk. I tried everything and nothing worked. Many of my caring visitors would offer their advice and bring over different potions to help my production along. ‘You HAVE to breast feed, it is best for your baby.’ I felt so inadequate.
One of my loving visitors nicely told me, after I was so happy at how quickly my baby feel asleep in my arms, that it was good as that was all I could offer my ba
I am a proud mom of one beautiful baby girl, ok she’s nine years old, but she is and forever will be my baby is what I always tell her. Our journey has not been easy, but when reflecting about how our life started together motherhood has certainly moulded me in the person I’ve always wanted to be.
I met my princess nine years ago and one memory that always sticks with me is peeping into her crib thinking wow I can’t believe this baby is mine but will I ever be enough? I felt