Breast milk is really good stuff. We know this.
We have seen the campaigns, read the research and studied the NHS literature we have shoved down our throats from the moment we fall pregnant.
When I was expecting my first child, I was told that breastfeeding is ‘a convenient way to provide you and your baby with a multitude of health benefits.’
To be honest, they had me at ‘convenient’.. Continue reading
Since having a baby do you occasionally feel tearful and a bit sweary? Are you sometimes a bit of a dick for no apparent reason?
Then you are probably experiencing a Mental Leap in your parental development.
Thanks to new research by
we are now able to predict exactly when sleep-deprived parents can expect to go through these ‘fussy’ phases. The Institute of Real Life People With Actual Babies, Continue reading
According to the Internet, the sleep-deprived among us are well on our way to becoming obese, diabetic and depressed.
But I am here to tell you that are actually some amazing benefits to being woken up every night by a baby!
HAVE you almost passed out doing Pantley or cried yourself out following Ford?
Are you too damn tired to try
another stupid ‘revolutionary’ that probably won’t work any way? Then help is at hand! sleep technique
Institute of Actual Real Life People With Babies has come up with an effort-free guide especially for the extremely exhausted parent.
G.O.T.O.S.L.E.E.P a pioneering method featured in my new book – is the only Sleep is for the Weak no-stress method that actually guarantees to get ANY baby to sleep through the night…eventually. Continue reading
I have a confession to make.
Since having babies I have become a big fat liar.
I am not proud of myself, but sometimes lying (
and coffee, so much coffee) is the only way to survive The truth would simply hurt too much (or make you look like a miserable twat) so telling the odd fib is a necessary evil.
If you are a
tired parent, then here are a few untruths that you might recognise (or maybe I am just a miserable twat): Continue reading
Having a baby that will NOT go to sleep or stay asleep is hard work.
They don’t sleep, so you don’t sleep and, before you know it, your house is a mess, you look a mess and your mind is fast becoming a mess.
bloody 4am. When you have been up all night. Continue reading
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How I met the love of my life…
I remember the first time I saw you. From the moment I set eyes on you across a crowded store I knew I had to have you.
Have a major procedure in hospital that results in physical pain and discomfort.
Do not sleep or eat for at least three days.
Ensure you are extremely hormonal.
Now you are ready to take on the biggest challenge of your life. Continue reading
This morning I was the victim of an assault.
totally unprovoked attack my two-year-old whacked me in the face with her sippy cup.
And then she laughed.
So I called her an arsehole and necked a bottle of gin.
I ABSOLUTELY DID NOT DO THAT. Continue reading
Spend the first six months of parenthood in your pyjamas trying to get your
baby to sleep, trying to get some sleep and trying to get stuff done on barely any sleep.
Establish a good
bedtime routine. This is key to everything. Babies like to know exactly what to expect. So that they can do the exact opposite.