Ted Talks By Fierce Mothers

Mothers have so many roles: nurturer, provider, disciplinarian, confidant, mentor, friend, partner, protector. The following talks demonstrate all of the above. Responsible parenting: Create memories, not expectations - Austeja Landsbergiene We all are familiar with expectations. Expectations laid on us once to succeed in life. And without noticing we transfer all these expectations on our… Continue reading Ted Talks By Fierce Mothers

13 Experience Gifts To Give On Mother’s Day

Mother's day is just around the corner. In my opinion mother's every day of the year. But because we live in a consumerist world, this day has been claimed to be mothers day by the commerce industry. With advertisings everywhere about mothers day, it is hard not to think of it and give nothing. If… Continue reading 13 Experience Gifts To Give On Mother’s Day

A Letter To Soon-To-Be Moms

It's ok... It's ok to feel nervous and anxious about giving birth, It's ok to want to have a natural birth, it's ok if you prefer a c-section, It's ok to want to get pain reliefs during birth, it's ok if you don't, It's ok if you despair and lose control, it's ok if you… Continue reading A Letter To Soon-To-Be Moms

Things You Can Do While Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding is one of the most beautiful but exhausting jobs as a mom. It requires physical and emotional strength. In order to be more successful at the job, the best is if you are in peace. Breastfeeding gives moms a chance to sit down and relax. The first months are very beautiful. You keep on… Continue reading Things You Can Do While Breastfeeding

25 Things I Didn’t Know Happened After Giving Birth

Nine months I spend preparing myself for the day of giving birth. I was mentally and physically ready (Although, I thought I was. But that topic deserves another post) I went to centering pregnancy, took breathing technique lessons and read about hypnobirthing. The big day of giving birth came and after a sixteen-hour rollercoaster of emotions… Continue reading 25 Things I Didn’t Know Happened After Giving Birth

The Benefits​ of Sensory Play

As soon as babies are born, their curiosity starts developing. Every little thing a baby is exposed to is an amazing thing to be explored. With their eyes, ears, mouths, noses, and fingers. There are activities that help develop the senses of a baby. Stimulating a baby is therefore very important. Early stimulation can help… Continue reading The Benefits​ of Sensory Play

How I Survived The First Weeks Postpartum

For nine months, I was preparing myself for the big day of giving birth. I went to pregnancy centering, took breathing technique lessons and read about hypnobirthing. One thing I was not prepared for: the postpartum time. I guess I was too relax because in The Netherlands, through your health insurance, you will get a… Continue reading How I Survived The First Weeks Postpartum

Sustainable Brand: Weaverbirds

Weaverbirds is a small social enterprise based in Uganda and in Denmark. The owner Liv, is from Denmark but lived in Uganda for many years up. After having worked in development for a decade she wanted to do something different which had a more immediate impact on both socio-economically and environmentally development. These two ideas quickly… Continue reading Sustainable Brand: Weaverbirds

Greentom – A Baby Stroller Made From Recycled Plastic Bottles

Looking for the right stroller can be very tiring while pregnant. There are so many different types, models, and colors. On top of that, every brand claims to make the best stroller ever. During my search, the only thing I was clear about, is that I wanted a stroller as sustainable as possible. In my research,… Continue reading Greentom – A Baby Stroller Made From Recycled Plastic Bottles