Parenting is the easiest thing we ever have to be. Don’t freak out, it is not that I think that parenting is not important, but I mean that it is part of who we are when we birth our babies. That first moment of looking into our child’s eyes and seeing yourself reflected as clear … More Being a parent is easy
In 2014 when I birthed my son I never conceived that I would have shifted my whole sense of self with this event. Six hours of active labour and 20 minutes of pushing defined the boundary between my identity as a single entity to transforming into a parent, an adult responsible for not only growing, … More Am I letting tech raise my child?
Being medicated is a state of being. It affects the way you think, move, eat and live your life. I have been medicated in some way for mental illness since 2013, and on pills for bipolar I disorder specifically since my first psychosis in 2015. Today marks the first day of me only on antipsychotics- … More
It is amazing when I feel you move. I feel like I know when you are going to be active, either after food, in the bath with your brother, when dad massages my sore hips. I find myself dreaming about you more and more, and I am not filled with fear anymore, but rather excitement … More Thoughts, just thoughts
The last time we went four wheel driving was when Master X was only 8 weeks old. I remember it because it was Mr A’s final week at work. We ventured out after lunch on the winter’s day and explored the alps of the Brindabella Ranges the surrounds the Australian Capital Territory where we live. … More Weekend in photos: going bush