5-6 Months

5-6 Months

It is Mia’s bedtime, but I am not done enjoying her company yet. Her laughter and squeals of joy fill the house and it seems like I just can’t get enough of her.It feels as if she is really talking to me – filling our conversations with the cutest noises and spit...
4-5 Months

4-5 Months

The words I seem to repeat over and over again this month, are: “You grow up too fast.” How did it happen that my wrinkly newborn, who drowned in her nappy, is now suddenly playing with her feet, splashing in the bath, interested in colourful toys and laughing at...
3-4 Months

3-4 Months

There are two types of “wonder” in the world. Parents experience both when they have kids. The first type of wonder is the marvel type – looking at your baby in absolute wonder and amazement. Even at this age, Mia is already reacting to her environment, making eye...
2-3 Months

2-3 Months

I didn’t realise it before I became a parent, but parenthood comes with a bucket-load of emotions that is wonderfully unfamiliar, sometimes confusing, and overwhelming most of the time. My emotions are a mess, so is my hair and my body – it must be the aftershock from...
1-2 Months

1-2 Months

Somehow, getting through the first month of nurturing a baby is somewhat of a blur. Being in survival mode and getting used to the new dynamics with a baby in the house is what has filled my days. To be honest, I feel clueless and scared. Not to mention still having...
0-1 Month

0-1 Month

Being blessed with the miracle of birth and holding your baby for the first time is something you have to experience in order to understand the full weight of the emotion and love that goes with this new season in one’s life.However, the fairy tale of motherhood that...