Maternity and Infant “Mummy My Way” Feature

I will admit I was more than a little excited to see an article I had penned in print! When I started out on this blogging journey I set myself a number of goals, as I do with most things I take on in life and getting an article printed was one of them.


The article features in the Maternity & Infant magazine, “Mummy My Way” section. Maternity & Infant is one of Ireland’s leading pregnancy and parenting magazines and is available bi monthly.

In the article I discuss being a working mum, I suppose when I began writing the article what I really wanted to convey was that I still have the same career hopes, dreams and ambitions as I did before having kids and I know I can still achieve them. Being a working mother has plenty challenges and you really do need to be super organised!

It is my own mother who herself was a career woman that inspires me immensely, she is an incredible support to me and my own family, she minds my boys while I work, she is a shoulder cry on and has also been known to have dinner on the table for me after a long day in the office!! She is incredible and maybe one day ill be half the woman she is.


Don’t forget voting continues in the Boots Maternity & Infant Awards, The Mamma Fairy Blog is nominated for Best Parenting Blog in the ‘For the Family‘ sections.

So excited to be a finalist for best parenting blog

So excited to be a finalist for best parenting blog

Hope you enjoy reading and look forward to hearing your comments

Take care

~Mamma F

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  • Reply Srena August 21, 2015 at 1:19 pm

    Oh !! I have a 5 months old baby, tried joining the job and last only for 3 days couldn’t continue. It is really challenging and not easy to manage without your family, as my parents are working as well so no hope. 🙁

  • Reply tots2travel August 26, 2015 at 1:29 pm

    Congratulations on all the recognition. It doesn’t come easy.
    I went back to work for two months as I was pregnant again – not the best situation for anyone (except me being pregnant of course)!

  • Reply Hannah Budding Smiles August 26, 2015 at 3:07 pm

    It’s really good that you’re able to have a balance. Well done on being featured!xx

  • Reply Lauren Varley August 26, 2015 at 3:10 pm

    Congrats on your writing being published!
    As far as the goals and aspirations goes, I still hope to achieve my goal of becoming a retail manager but it’s going to take longer than originally planned. I was made redundant from my job 3 months into my maternity leave, I then found a job 2 months after my maternity pay ended but it didn’t go well and I was only their for a week. It all really boils down to whether you have family to help with childcare, I don’t have any family and my husband works full time. Having my son hasn’t changed my hopes for the future but I have to go about it differently now.

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