The wailing sound of your human alarm clock at 6am is painful at the best of times. Throw that on top of only 4 hours sleep and the smell of warm vomit in your hair and you’ve got the glamorous life of Motherhood. Is it surprising that 60% of respondents to a Mumsnet survey said they had put their careers on hold after having children.
We’ve all established balancing family and career is a work of art. These quotes from celebrity power-women show us that deep down, they are exactly like us. Mums that work. We’ve got this, ladies!
If you have children, or are friends with people who have children, you will need to consider how to make your wedding ‘child-friendly’. The alternative is to specify ‘No Children’, which may mean that some of your invitees choose not to attend. Making your special day accessible to those with little ones doesn’t mean changing your dream plans or spending lots of extra cash. These 5 simple steps will show you how to plan a child-friendly wedding
As a busy working mum, it can feel like you will never have the time to plan for your dream wedding. But you should be able to take pride in motherhood, a career and create the most beautiful memories of your big day. With proper planning, knowing what to expect and a supportive group - including your spouse - you can have the most amazing family day on your wedding. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to make that happen.