Mother, by Hannah Begbie, is a dark drama revolving around a family who finds out their newborn daughter has cystic fibrosis, and self-destructs whilst desperately trying to cope with the diagnosis.
It’s super hard being a working mum, especially heading back to a male dominated workplace after maternity leave. What could make it harder? Well, being an assassin for a secret government agency won’t help make that day any easier! Check out Killing It by Asia Mackay.
I’ve collated my top 10 Easter books for pre-schoolers (0 to 5 years old). Themed around spring, new life, bunnies and egg-hunts, these books will engage, educate and create lots of family fun!
An amazing selection of books dealing with the theme of motherhood, birth and family – perfect to read around Mother’s Day, but suitable for all year. Targeting under 5s and young readers.
The Art of Screen Time by Anya Kamenetz explores the influence of digital media on our children and how we, as parents can integrate it safely and positively into our modern families.
Thinking out Loud by Rio Ferdinand is a touching story of grief, love and parenting. I share my thoughts on this book which goes hand in hand with the BBC1 documentary “Being Mum and Dad”.
A review of The Empowered Mama, a practical motivational work book focusing on self-care for you and your family. It has lots of exercises and tasks to keep you on track and helps with a scheduled approach to self improvement.