Hey, Mama, it’s ok to cry. Being a mum is a tough job. I think every mum can relate to that. We all try to do our best for our children, but sometimes there is just too much on our shoulders, and all you want to do is cry. And that’s ok. Crying is ok. When you are at your witts end, crying seems like the only solution. You feel much better once you let those tears roll down your cheeks. I know I do. Just because you are a mum, you don’t have to be strong and have it all together 24/7. When I was growing up, my parents never shared their feelings with my siblings and me. I never knew when something was bothering them. I want to show my daughter that it’s ok to feel sad, upset and emotional sometimes. When you are a mum, there are so…

Buying baby clothes can get very costly. Babies grow so fast in their first year that stocking up for their first twelve months of life can really hit your wallet hard if you aren’t careful. And if you take into account how cute their little outfits are, it can be hard to resist the temptation of not filling up your whole house with them.

Are you planning to do your baby clothes shopping and want to know where and how to get the best value for your money?

Once you have a baby, you will soon realise that your life is never going to be quite the same as before. And traveling is only one part of it.

Gone are the days when you could peacefully read a book or a magazine, put your headphones on or take a nap. And do you still remember how you dreaded the flight as soon as you saw a mum with a baby sat anywhere near you? I certainly do.

How things have changed. You are now that mum with a baby coming down the aisle on a plane, while others hope you won’t sit anywhere near.