By: Jennie Scott
When I was a little girl, all I wanted to be was a mother. Sure, I played around with being a marine biologist (who knew you had to be good at science?!), and I would teach school to my dolls and stuffed animals. Continue reading “To the Mum Who Thought She’d Be Better at Mothering”
By: Jenny Baxter
How did Anna know what to do with her screaming baby? By trusting her motherly intuition – and with a little help from her Mamma!
Continue reading “How to Trust Your Motherly Intuition”
By: Samantha Freestone
I knew it in my gut I wanted to be a mum. In fact, pre-kids I used to say I wanted five children!
Continue reading “Anxious Motherhood: My Ducks Were In A Row”
The median age of new mothers and mothers is on the rise as they pursue more qualifications, work more, and are in more full-time jobs.
Continue reading “The Rise of Smart Mummies”
By: Clare Bruce
A tongue-in-cheek music video sending up the Backstreet Boys, created by a team from a Sydney Church, has made it onto national TV. Continue reading “Parody Video by Church Boys Makes it to National TV”
By: Julie Vaughn
We see it every year about this time: TV commercials pushing the latest jewellery trends, grocery stores full of boxed chocolates and local flower shops advertising special deals for Mother’s Day.
Want to do something different this year? Not sure what your mum really wants on her special day? Continue reading “What Mums Really Want on Mother’s Day”
By: Jennie Scott
I know that what looks easy in your life takes great planning and coordination and a whole lot of work plus a little bit of luck. Continue reading “To the Tired Mamas Running Themselves Ragged”
By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez
My mother was the chief sacrifice in our family. She was a little lady, seemingly unimportant to others. There was nothing outstanding about her at first glance. Most people wouldn’t have looked twice at her. But she gave everything for her husband and her two boys. And by everything, I mean everything. Continue reading “The Leader is the Chief Sacrificer”
Motherhood in a world full of Pinterest and Facebook may leave you feeling…well, less than perfect. Karen Ehman and Ruth Schwenk will do some mummy myth-busting and help you embrace your identity as a mum. Continue reading “Motherhood: Liberating Yourself from the Common Myths”