I was so scared of feeding my son, but we tried.  And we kept trying over the next four or five days, each time feeling that it wasn’t working, he still couldn’t latch on, it was never going to work. I hadn’t realised at the time that he[…]

Part of me wondered what I would do with myself when I gave up teaching. Of course, I’d taken on a franchise, so to some extent I already knew what I would be doing, but I wondered if that would fill my days or would I be bored?

Although I finished my peer supporter training some time ago now (it feels like years ago, but it was some time around the end of May/beginning of June in reality), the assessment that went with it took a bit longer to organise, so I didn’t get assessed. Until[…]

Following the incident outlined in this post, a few of us local breastfeeding mums have decided to meet up for coffee tomorrow afternoon at the cafe in question.  Anyone, especially breastfeeding mums, welcome to join us.  We’re meeting at Love Coffee in the Four Seasons in Mansfield at[…]

I recently trained as a breastfeeding peer supporter.  When I first applied to do the role, I had a different idea of what it would entail.  I thought it would mean helping out at a breastfeeding support group but perhaps not much more.  It does involve doing this,[…]

A very quick post today because I’ve been out all day, and am tired. Plum has been unwell all week and if by turns very grumpy and very tired. But anyway. I helped someone!