The morning after Finley was born (via emergency C-Section around 11.30pm the previous night), my husband went home for a shower. He was gone, I would say for no longer than three hours but during that time I had several
My second interview is with Danielle Parry, who I (like many others) follow on Instagram. She takes some brilliant photos of her life with her son Gruffydd and they are always accompanied by a frank and often hilarious caption! Following
Last week the post I’d written last year, Don’t Fear the C-Section re-surfaced itself on Twitter courtesy of Kirstie Allsopp. She’d come across it via a hashtag I assume, read my piece and deemed it worth a re-tweet to her 399k followers. How
My son was born via emergency C-Section at almost midnight on a Tuesday in August, after 48 hours of induction nonsense, not a single push or any sleep. Sounds dramatic doesn’t it EMERGENCY CESAREAN? It really wasn’t, it was all
1. You Don’t Need All That Cotton Wool You’ve bought shit loads of cotton wool, in like 5 different varieties – you are completely ridiculous. From Day Two you will be using baby wipes because cotton wool is a giant pain in
Ok so I read this article recently and well, it kind of pissed me off. How-C-section-affect-baby-s-BRAIN-development Here’s the link if you want to read it and obtain a more articulate overview but allow me to give you a brief outline.