I knew something was wrong when 4 months after giving birth I was still looking pregnant. I spent a lot of time in front of the mirror, wondering if my tummy was this big after I had my first. I did not struggle to lose weight after my first and .
I read an article the other day on News24 about feeding bras. It reminded me of the first time I needed to get a feeding bra. I have a big bust so I had a good idea what I needed to get. Only problem was that I had no clue where to get it. The .
Someone said that to me the other day, ‘You are so fat!!!’. To my face, in a group of people, even patting my still huge tummy and asking if I was pregnant again. My baby is only 3 months old. I laughed it off, but deep down I was .
Breastfeeding week was from the 1st to the 7th of August and it brought back memories of when I had just had Miss T. Experiences are completely different, even if it appears we are telling the same story. Different because the babies are .
I always thought breastfeeding was an African thing, as in, African mothers take pride in breastfeeding. But ever since I had Miss T, I have met a number of young African mothers who do not want to breast feed. Which is really sad. Don’t .