Motherhood “You are never alone”

Motherhood let’s get real

I’m writing this for all women (especially mothers) out there. I am writing this to say thank you. I am writing this to make you all aware of the amazing talent, the raw honesty , the wealth of information and support there is out on the web for all of you.  If you think you are alone and there is no one that understands what you are going through, then let me tell you that there probably is, you just need to look for them in the Blogging world.

Motherhood Bloggers

Everyday no matter what I am feeling, whether a little flat, stressed, happy , grumpy, or insecure (some days they all apply) I know there is someone out there pretty much going through a similar situation. How do I know ? Because they wear their heart on their sleeve and blog about Motherhood. They blog about their day, their happy moments and their very sad moments too. They blog about their emotional turmoil, guilt and stress and how they manage to carry on. They blog about their relationships, their work and their children. They share their inner most thoughts and help you realise that you are not alone. There are bloggers that share their delicious recipes with you and their delightful family pictures. There are bloggers who swear, there are bloggers who are religious, there are bloggers who become your friend and  there are bloggers who do not- just like the real world.

I have read some blogs that make me want to turn up unexpectedly at the bloggers house and give them a big hug and a shoulder to cry on, or I want to turn up with a bottle of red and some takeaway and say “It’s OK, I’m ready to listen, what can I do to help” (luckily for them their addresses are not published).

Motherhood, Fatherhood, & Life

There are blogs by everyone, experts on very subject imaginable, single mothers, busy mothers (that’s all of us) psychologists, comedians, celebrities, you name a topic and there will be a blog about it.

A blog is a personal journey of thoughts and individual opinions, you are free to take what you what from it. You can  leave a comment, preferably a nice one and not be judgemental or criticise. If you do not like what they are saying or agree with all their points then it is OK to not say anything at all -walk away. “If you cannot say something kind, nice , constructive or positive best not say anything at all”

Since I joined the blogging community I have found so many like minded people and  made some great  one to one connections with them, that I do feel I’ve known them for years. I laugh, I cry and share my thoughts with them , like you would  with a close friend.

At times I also feel like the new girl at school, there are formed friendships, which  I find a little daunting to approach, so I watch (not stalk- OK maybe a little stalking) as I’m fascinated and genuinely intrigue on the subject that they are sharing with each other.

I’ve only been blogging for about two months and it was all thanks to the lovely Alli from who set me up and had the patience to introduce me and teach me all about  Twitter. Then I got the bug and started blogging which lead to  friendships, and opened up a world of down to earth, sassy, funny, real, honest women, who I look forward to hearing from on a daily basis.

Oh and one very funnyman

So please remember you are never alone- reach out into the world of bloggers and you will find someone similar  experiences to you and a whole heap of invaluable resources.

You do not need to be a blogger to access this awesome wealth of honesty and, you can just read and move on and hope to feel a little better knowing that some one else understands.

To those I mention here, some may not even know me  but I just want to say  Thanks for sharing so much of your lifes.

My Inspirational, Make me Laugh, Make me Cry , Make me Think  Bloggers and Tweeters



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Nathalie Brown

Child Behaviour Consultant at Easy Peasy Kids
Child Behaviourist and researcher. Creator of "Less tantrums. More smiles". I look at the bigger picture and think outside the box when working with children and their behaviour. Their world is different. As adults we sometimes forget this. Happiness Creator in my spare time. Eater of chocolate and cake.

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  1. Thanks so much for including me in your list (I’m in such incredible company!). How lovely. It made me smile!
    I love reading your posts and am happy to see them on their own blog now!! Yay!! 🙂
    I’m a bit the same – I feel like the new girl and am never sure whether to jump in or hold back! Next time you see me chatting on Twitter, jump in – please!! 😉

  2. Jamie Hendle says

    Thanks for including me =) xxx Jamie from Natural Parenting!

  3. I second this. Thanks for including me in your list. Today has been a tough day for me as a mum and here I am logging on to unwind (with my gin and tonic) and find your post. Couldn’t have said it better myself. x

  4. LOVE this post – it is beautiful and exactly why I love blogging so much. I love how we can connect with each other and that we are not alone at all – there is always some other mother who has had a similar experience. Thanks so much for including me in your list – totally touched and surprised! Look forward to more posts from you. naomi xx

  5. Im feeling a little like a celebrity hehe
    Thankyou so much lovely you are truly one of my role models!
    As are many of these fabulous ladies

  6. What a lovely post, and an awesome list of blogs. Thanks for sharing it, off to add some more to my RSS 🙂

  7. You’re welcome at my house with your red and take-away any time 😉

    Thanks for including me on your list, which includes just about every blog that I read. Great minds think alike! And it’s great to be in such company…

  8. Thanks so much for adding us to your list. and {{{Group Hug}}} Back!

    (????)? Mwwwwaah!

  9. So glad you joined us 🙂 Thank you for including me on your list x

  10. Aw thank you so much for including me x Your work is amazing and I am so very pleased and proud to have met you and call you a Twitter friend x

  11. sarah b says

    I love she makes me laugh, cry, smile and think. Great blog not one to miss

  12. Such a true post! I completely agree. I know many of the blogs from your list (the first group esp) but thank you for introducing me to some new ones as well. You’re more than welcome to drop by mine anytime too, see what you think. Have fun blogging, adding yours to my reader 🙂 Cheers.

  13. Hobert Martell says

    I am sure you have spent a lot of time to provide this quality article to us. I don’t know how to thank you.

  14. Kala Chai says

    Facinating article, it really makes me think. I always like to read good posts about topics like this. Keep the good articles coming. Thanks again for sharing it with us.

  15. Die Uhr says

    Salut, your article above surely have me interested up to the last word, so I just had to comment on it. Unintentionally I located it via Bing and I must say to you I hardly read the complete story of a blog as I always get tired of the “nonsense” which is offered to me on a frequent basis. Yours is totally different and finally well researched or written. Will for sure further check out your blog! 🙂 Go on!!

  16. This is a lovely and very true post Nathalie, thanks for mentioning so many brilliant bloggers, I follow many of them and completely agree, there are so many avenues of real support out there with other parent bloggers x

  17. It’s true blogs can make you feel fab when you know others are having a similar experience and it is great to know someone out there understands you. There is a huge wealth of information in the blogasphere and we should it to our advantage.

  18. Thankyou for your blog!! And for listing s many interesting blogs to check out

  19. bubble936 says

    Thanks for sharing this list of all the wonderful bloggers.
    Its really good to know that motherhood has almost the same impact on everyone and we all have to experience almost same feelings…

  20. Melissa K says

    What a great post, I will be sure to check out those blogs you have mentioned.

  21. It’s still weird to me that I have found so many people that I now call some of my closest friends through social media. The intertubes is an amazing thing. Thanks for sharing this great list, I’ve got so much reading to do.

    Oh and yes, isn’t Ben Pobjie the awesome! (note I may be biased)

    • This was one ofmy first posts as a blogger and I never knew you had to reply to comments- Doh. Yet what I love is that we are still friends sxx

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