Sometimes, as an expectant Mum we feel a bit alone, especially when we struggle with day to day activities and see others coping so well. Or we get easily niggled at responses and actions from family and friends and don’t really know why. At other times we find ourselves laughing out loud and revisiting childhood ourselves. Nothing prepares you for mummy-hood and the changes that take place but Mummy Fever certainly helps.
Every woman is individual but when we become parents we share something so powerful and defining it changes us forever.
Mummy Fever is a diary entry journey of becoming a mother. The story begins at pregnancy and follows through to the birth of a second child. I read a review on Amazon ‘ it was like someone telling you their story over a glass of wine ‘ and actually couldn’t put it better – it is exactly how I felt.
It is at times a funny and heart-warming account of new motherhood and more seriously the trials and tribulations of adjusting to relationships. Every mum and mum-to-be will relate to more than one event: from the ‘s**t, s**t, s**t’ words coming out of a mouth too small to know what they meant (mummy failure) to finding the sugar in the fridge (very tired mummy), I did!
Essentially Mummy Fever, Mission Accomplished, is a great and easy read, perfect for mums and mums to be, you might laugh, you might cry, you might be just too tired to do either but you will escape for a while.
Currently £8.83 in paperback on Amazon - I bought it at a snip just 77p for the Kindle!
If you would like the chance to win a signed copy why not enter the competition over on Holiday Tots – the family friendly holiday specialists – that’s me J