This blog is about me and my struggles through postpartum despression, miscarriage, infertility, and motherhood. It's open, honest, and the raw feelings as I walk through this journey, while sometimes hiding behind the rocks and wanting to stick my head in the sand.
It's not all rainbows and sunshine, but its true. My hopes with sharing my story is to help other woman and encourage them to seek the help they might need if they are struggling with the same things I am. I want to encourage an open conversation and awareness of the things that aren't talked about.
Blog following the adventures of an Irish PhD student studying the life and work of Sylvia Plath. Information, photos and close looks at Plath's writing (poetry, prose and stories for children) as well as additional pieces on graduate life, careers and the trials and tribulations of being an Arts/Humanities student in Ireland and the UK....more
Chronicling our quest to conceive, birth and parent extremely awesome progeny! We're a would-be ma/pa pair living, working and baby-making in Greater Boston. I'm a crafter, feminist, law school grad and the blog's principal contributor. He's a reformed pot-head and a professional altruist. Together, we aspire to spawn the next generation of awesome! ...more
I am Emma and known to most on the Internet as The Real Supermum. I began my life as Supermum back in 2010, for 2 years I have worked endlessly to provide a safe and confidential support network for hundreds of women.
I am mother to 6 children, who are aged 2 ,3, 4, 8, 9 and 13. Is she insane I hear you cry? Well actually yes I am and I am very proud to be too.
I was diagnosed with Bipolar in November 2008 when I was 4 months pregnant with my 6th child....more
I am a stay at home mom who has gone recently decided to drop out of my senior year in college to pursue writing and momming full time. I have been married for four years to a pretty awesome guy. We have two children. Kaya (Kay-uh) who is 8 and Malik (Ma-leek) who is 4. We have a pretty wide range of things we like and things we like to do. My husband is from Kenya, Africa. He speaks Swahili and Kikuyu and has his degree in Economics. If being a carnivore was possible, he might be one. He loves to read, and is a habitual researcher. He researches everything....more
They say that there are plenty of fish in the sea. Unfortunately, what they don't say is that most of them are anglerfish, hammerheads, flounders, and other bottom feeders. We're two girls on a voyage; glad to have you on board....more