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Following up on my Being A Mum post, I interviewed some expatriate mothers to get a grasp on what mothering away from home and immediate family means; Their challenges and the upsides. Being a new expatriate mum, this interview really helped me prepare myself mentally for the challenges ahead. … More Being An Expat Mum
Since becoming a Mother, everything means more to me. . And for clarification, I became a mother the day I realised I was pregnant, looked at my husband, smiled and said, “I think we are going to have a baby soon!” So, realising I was pregnant started the “Being a Mom” journey for me. I … More BEING MUM . . .
Every moment my LO (Little One) latches onto my nipple to feed, I feel a sense of deeper connection with him. I hated the thought of severing that. Of lessening his dependence on me so I did the six months exclusive breastfeeding, and soldiered on breast feeding him on demand until he was 14 months … More Breastfeeding, Weaning and Sleep-training
Are you packing up your bags and saying goodbye to all you’ve known and hold dear? Perhaps, this isn’t your first rodeo when it comes to relocating, it is still nerve racking, exciting and intimidating. Let’s go through the steps taken before you relocate and become a citizen of the world a.k.a Expatriate. By the way an expatriate is a person who lives in foreign country. … More Relocating To A New Country