Isolation and quarantine: scary words for scary times. Even scarier is the prospect of absolutely no respite from your children. Now don’t get me wrong, I have never loved anything or anyone more than I love my son, but he is EXHAUSTING, and even more so when there is nowhere to take him to let out his limitless energy (seriously where do these kids get their energy, cos he sure as hell doesn’t sleep enough to be this active)
For most, the idea of going Vegan seems almost impossible. It is met with questions like:
Let me tell you a little secret: When I was given this assignment title I did cringe a little. As a new mum, I really wanted help and advice when I asked for it, but I was inundated with unsolicited advice and opinions from EVERYONE and anyone that had a kid.
From the moment we pee on a stick and find out the reason we are so moody and bloated, is because a tiny little human has started to form in our womb, we begin to think about the kind of parent we want to be. There is nothing more personal than parenting…
Oh, we’ve all been there: That relationship that turns stagnant. You glance over at them doing something that you once would have found endearing, and now it makes you want to punch them in the face. They eat too loudly, they snore, they are messy and you just don’t find them attractive anymore… and you know what? That is FINE.