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My name’s Kate. Over six years ago I became a mummy. My life massively changed! I left my career, fell madly in love and started the biggest learning curve of my life.
 
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Tag Archives: Moment

Fri 07 October 2016
Filed Under: Motherhood
Tags: Enjoy, Love, Moment, Perspective, Season

Last time

How could I have missed it? I was feeling so unwell but still how could I miss the last time. That precious moment that I can never, ever get back. I felt genuinely sad. It made me wonder, had I missed other precious 'last time' moments without even realising it and what else are we currently walking through that may also be the last time.


Wed 13 July 2016
Filed Under: Motherhood
Tags: Children, Demands, Doing, Early, Easy, Enjoy, Incredible, Moment, Newborn, Precious, Season

Catching The Moment

That morning after my beautiful daughter was born was incredible. I wish I could have boxed up those feelings of pure joy and kept them so I could relive that moment again and again. Just the three of us, no demands, no interruptions; a chance to simply delight in our new baby girl. I was reminded then just how important it is to catch each precious moment. To stop and breathe in those treasures ...


Sun 19 July 2015
Filed Under: Motherhood
Tags: Cherish, Juggling, Moment, Stress

Cherishing the moment

I don't know about you but some days it's easy to feel I'm just going through the motions. Filling my day waiting for Alan to walk in the door before dinner. Going through the bedtime routine so we can get to that 7pm deadline when I can grab even 30 undisturbed minutes to myself. Waiting for the weekend when we have time as a family. But it struck me recently, am I wishing away motherhood?