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Mummy Social Meets … Ali: My Journey To Become A Mum

Ali (38) is a mum to two little firecrackers. She’s suffered from illnesses in her younger years which has led to infertility. She and her husband chose adoption over fertility treatment and she regularly blogs about her journey and mental health, as well as her ‘winging it’ approach to motherhood. I recently caught up with her to ask about this journey Hi Ali, thank you so much for taking the read more

Mummy Social Meets… Remembering Grace

Rachel, a wife, mother, home-maker, lover of interiors and new blogger is in her late twenties. She is married to Tadhg and earlier this year the couple sadly became part of the club that no-one wants to join. They lost their beautiful baby girl, Grace, who lived for just 40 minutes. Danni recently caught up with Rachel to talk about her story. Hello Rachel, we’re so very sorry to hear read more

Mummy Social Meets … A Mum Who Has Suffered Multiple Prolapses

Nicky (39) is a mum to names (Mollie, 13, Sadie, 9, Joseph 6) believes she has suffered from pelvic organ prolapse for a number of years, but it became so apparent, last summer, that she needed to seek medical help. Thank you for taking the time to talk to me Nicky. I understand that you have suffered two prolapses? Could you please briefly explain what this is, how it usually read more

My experience as a Mum and a Coach

I’m a married mum of two young children, in my thirties, most often seen wearing some form of denim! I’m also a qualified Coach passionate about supporting Mums through times of transition, challenge and stretch.  As a recovering perfectionist and people-pleaser, I’ve spent years filling the gaps in both my personal and professional life, doing jobs that needed to be done, but not necessarily because it was me-shaped or fulfilling read more

PANDAS Foundation

PANDAS recognises the severity and criticalness of identifying signs and symptoms of all perinatal mental health illness. They discourage their service users and society from using the term ‘baby blues’ as it can be a dangerous assumption of something more urgent that requires immediate medical care. PANDAS know that 1 in 10 women will experience pre natal anxiety and depression, and 1 in 3 will go on to develop postnatal read more

Mummy Social Meets … Parenting Teens

Charlotte (35) is a mum of two teenagers (17 and 13), we recently caught up with her to find out what living with two teens is like. Thanks for talking to me Charlotte. In your own words please tell us what it is like living with two teenagers? Thank you for talking to me. Living with two teenagers? I can only describe it as a rollercoaster ride in the dark. read more

Mummy Social meets … Denise Lewis

Interview by Mummy Social Team Member Victoria Green. Denise Lewis, OBE is a retired British track and field athlete, who specialised in the heptathlon in which she won a gold medal in the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Denise was honoured as Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the 2001 New Year Honours. As well as being a presenter and sports pundit, she is mum to Lauryn, Ryan, Kane and read more

Mummy Social Meets… Sophie: Ziggy Needs A New Heart

Sophie (24) is a mum to Kaylen (4) and Ziggy (18 months) and until Ziggy was 9 months old she thought she had two healthy boys. However, what she thought was a trip to A&E with a simple childhood illness turned out to be the start of a nightmare for her family. A chest x-ray was taken and it was discovered he had a massive heart. Sophie and her husband read more

Mummy Social Meets … Philippa Perry

Philippa is a well known psychotherapist, working for Red Magazine as an agony aunt, contributing to The Guardian newspaper and has presented several documentaries for the BBC and Channel 4. Most recently, Philippa featured in the highly popular dating show Celebs Go Dating for E4, where she used her expertise to give the celebrity singles some much needed love advice. Mummy Social team member Victoria recently caught up with Philippa read more

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