health, pregnancy

Why I refuse to be ashamed about my miscarriage

Unfortunately, my husband and I experienced a miscarriage in May. If you’re close friends or family, this will probably not be news to you, but if you’re not, there you go. When it first happened I felt totally lost. We told only the essential people, and spent lots of time giving our 18 month old […]

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Wonderful Women Wednesday

Wonderful Women: Mum of three, brain surgery & ASD

Although we are ‘Mummykind’, put being a ‘Mummy’ aside for a second and tell us about you! Hello, I’m Rachel. I’m currently not working because I’m recovering from brain surgery. I’ve been working on some minor home improvements as I let my standards slip a little bit when I was poorly! I enjoy gardening, spending […]

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mentalhealthMonday

(MEN)tal Health.

Mate, you just need to man up! As I am sure most of you know, mental illness will affect 1 in 4 of us in our life times… That is a pretty scary statistic. What is even more scary? Women are twice as likely to receive help for mental health issues and illnesses than men… […]

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health, parenting

How to Deal with the Stress of Raising Two Kids

Tweet to @mummykindoff A big thank you to Murris from familyhype.com for sharing this piece with us! We all know how stressful one child can be, and these tips for coping with two are great! Having a second child on the way can be amazing, but it can also be the most stressful time of your […]

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mentalhealthMonday

Daddykind Corner: Being a Dad with PTSD

Share Tweet to @mummykindoff After we did a trial run of the Daddykind Corner with my lovely husband putting up with me interviewing him for the sake of the blog and for all of Daddykind, we present to you…. VOLUME 2! I am very pleased to introduce our good friend Darren, who has had his […]

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