I see you putting your child’s needs above and beyond your own even if you know you’re up to your eyeballs and could break at any moment.
Written for Mummyfique, I share 15 ways I tried to boost milk supply and one important message for all breastfeeding mothers struggling with a low supply.
It has been a crazy few weeks. Noah developed an extremely bad rash that has only gotten worse over the weeks. 4 diagnoses later, we’ve finally got answers.
It’s perfectly okay to feel overwhelmed and frustrated and just plain sick and tired, but it is also important we remember the little things. Because who knows, it could very well be the little things that make everything okay.
Written for Sassy Mama Singapore, I address Singaporean attitudes toward mental health and discuss why I was hesitant to seek out help in the first place.
Everything I am, you have helped me to be. This is for you, Mommy. Happy Mother’s Day! I love you!
My boy, you’re one now. Years will go by so quickly, just as this year has come and gone. And one day, you’ll not need me the way you do now. But always remember that we are always here with you and that you’ll always have us to run to.
Mothers, the things you do may not seem like accomplishments. But you’ve earned every small victory and you deserve to be celebrated. Regardless of it being your birthday or not.
Fancy a photoshoot to mark your child’s first birthday? What about one where your child gets to have fun and smash a cake? Read more about Noah’s first birthday photoshoot with Fion Boon Photography, a month before he turned one!
While there is an increasing amount of attention placed on postpartum depression, there is another mental health issue that also needs looking at – postpartum anxiety. In this post, I talk about my journey with postpartum anxiety and why it is important not to overlook this issue.