The Greenwich Mummy Blog’s #BestNine2018

2018 had brought this little blog much success - a big thank you to all my readers! I documented my Curly Girl Method hair journey at the end of 2017 to beginning of 2018 which brought a lot of you to my blog. I created a series of follow-up posts of to show you my … Continue reading The Greenwich Mummy Blog’s #BestNine2018

5 signs that your little one is a wild child!

Now I don't know about you but my children can be a handful. Sometimes they can play nicely but the majority of the time, they are like feral creatures that require daily taming! As much as it drives me up the wall and cause me unnecessary stress and repeating myself like a broken record, it … Continue reading 5 signs that your little one is a wild child!

My top 5 breastfeeding products I couldn’t have lived without

It feels like so long ago since I was nursing Baby Girl and even longer with LO. Unfortunately with Baby Girl, I only managed to exclusively breastfeed for two months as she started to become very colicky and constipated. So I made the decision then to switch her on to formula and it worked well … Continue reading My top 5 breastfeeding products I couldn’t have lived without

It’s okay to not be OK…

I came across a post on Sunday which resonated deeply within me. A post that could've been written more or less by myself. So much so that my original post (which I'd deleted)  has now been re-written with a dedication to Aleena from Mummy Mama Mum for encouraging me to publish this. Thank you!  For me, if it's … Continue reading It’s okay to not be OK…

I call it ‘Mothermorphosis’

The Greenwich Mummy Blog | I call it Mothermorphosis

"I'm turning into my mother." The words I never, ever wanted to hear myself say but alas, it has become the inevitable. I call it 'mothermorphosis'. Mother-Morphosis mother = a woman in relation to her child or children morphosis = the manner in which an organism or any of its parts changes form or undergoes development … Continue reading I call it ‘Mothermorphosis’