Mind the gap

2 minute read  What does that even mean? For commuters, it means there ‘maybe’ a gap between the train and the platform. For me, it is a gap in knowledge and for mums, it could be a gap in understanding the pressures of motherhood. But then again, I could have Continue Reading

MY story

When I started #theunlikelymummy it wasn’t for popularity or to see how many ‘likes’ I could get. It was to help another person, another mum and to also get help myself, a little bit like self therapy. I know my situation, thoughts and feelings aren’t unique, but they are to Continue Reading

Let’s talk Mental Health

The Unlikely Mummy’s full description  Did you watch the video? The first time I watched it, I could only watch 45 seconds. That was all I could watch before I started crying. 45 seconds and every feeling came flooding back to me. It didn’t take long at all. It took Continue Reading

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