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May-Thurner Syndrome, Stent Placement & DVT: One Year Later!

Mummy Confession: I’ve been REALLY bad about updating this blog this year. There are a few reasons. One is definitely my tolerance for sitting in front of a computer in a chair for long periods of time has decreased drastically. It’s been a year since the discovery of a DVT (which I probably had for 10 days before realising). A year ago, I walked, limped really, around in pain wondering why that “pulled muscle” just hadn’t resolved after ten days and the pain medicine just wouldn’t touch it anymore. I put off getting medical help until I was in excruciating Read More

Let’s Talk About Period Underwear: An Overview, My Experiences and Reviews

Mummy Confessions: I have never considered myself to be extremely open about all that goes on with the human body, but there is something that needs to be said for reusable sanitary products and underwear. So, as life would have it, I’m on blood thinners for the time being (after an experience I will never forget) and that always makes for a lot of eventfulness for nearly two weeks out of the month. It just seems like it’s never-ending, and I love my depression treatment any products that may help to lessen the stress of leaking. I have been using Read More

Help, I’m Stuck At Home With the Kids: What Can I Do?

Mummy Confession: I’m not entirely panicking about being stuck at home with the kids. In fact, I rather enjoy the time spent together without too much of a schedule. Times happen in our lives when we may be a little isolated, or unable to get out and about as much as we would like. In times where it may be difficult or impossible to get out of the house (or out too much in public), it’s great to have some ideas and resources. In light of the current situation, I’ve included multiple resources which are available to parents as well Read More

Why Motherhood Is Bittersweet

Mummy Confession: I often refer to motherhood and parenthood as something “bittersweet.” Sometimes it seems more one way than the other, but it’s always been that touch of both for me personally. These are my thoughts on the matter, do you feel the same? Being a mum is bittersweet. (Being a parent, really) We love watching them grow and seeing what they become and how they learn, but at the same time we wish they would stay little forever. We wish they would love snuggles and kisses and enjoy our company every single day, and give those random hugs and Read More