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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parenting

Stop Asking When I’m Having “Baby Number 2”

Share Tweet to @mummykindoff  I am in my mid-twenties with a preschool-aged child and have been married to my husband for just over a year now – so it’s time I had another baby, right? *insert eye roll here* At our wedding people were asking if I was already pregnant again (drinking champagne from the […]

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health, pregnancy

What baby loss means to us

Share Tweet to @mummykindoff So this week is baby loss awareness week, and here at Mummykind we wanted to make sure we marked this week properly and respectfully. Whether lost during pregnancy, during or after birth, the loss of a baby is one of the worst things anyone can go through with the most painful […]

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health, pregnancy

Baby Loss Awareness Week ‘17

Share Tweet to @mummykindoff This is for the families of babies born too small, born too sick or born sleeping. For, the 1 in 4 women- who have carried a baby that she never got to meet, that she never got to watch grow. For all of the broken hearts, tears, pain, loneliness, loss of […]

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health, pregnancy

Bleeding in pregnancy

I was 27 weeks pregnant when I was admitted to hospital with abdominal cramps and PV bleeds, my little boy’s chance of making it to his due date was cut short as the doctor told me the SCBU at our hospital was full and I was being prepped to be transferred to another hospital where I would face delivering my little boy early when he was weighing just 2lb 2oz.

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