Out of sheer boredom, just over a year ago I started a parenting blog and in doing so I started to connect with other bloggers, other mothers. I connected with people I never would have otherwise met “in the real world” and immediately felt welcome and understood. Advertisements
To every new parent who’s been on the receiving end of unsolicited advice, which is everyone, let’s be honest.
I worked with a guy who everytime I got my hair cut, told me it was, ‘ a real mammy hair cut.’ It really, really pissed me off.
If you live in a secular state, and you’re not religious, you probably don’t think about God and the Church and nuns all that much. In Ireland, we think about them all the time. Whether we like it or not.
This last year has been a great time for my ‘personal growth.’ I do feel a bit gross saying that but there it is.
Is it possible to be a feminine Feminist? Is it possible to love pink and princess dresses and still demand gender equality? Er, yes of course it is.
Reposting a blog from a few months ago, but always, unfortunately, relevant.