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Mummy (and daddy) shaming - What Were We Thinking! blog

‘Mummy shaming’ is a social phenomenon where the actions and activities of mothers are judged harshly or criticized by others. Most commonly, this shaming comes in the form of comments or non-verbal disapproval from strangers about the way mothers interact with their children or how they spend their time...

Making time to be on your own together - What Were We Thinking! blog

The relationship between intimate partners is fundamentally important when you have a new baby. Confidence grows when we experience affection, kindness and encouragement from each other and it diminishes if we experience criticism. However, caring for a baby is exhausting and takes up much more time and energy than had been imagined, so it is easy to neglect the relationship with your partner. It is important that this relationship is nurtured intentionally. This is often easier said than done...

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