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The importance of seeking professional advice for your sling or baby carrier-   Quite often expectant parents find themselves bombarded with advice from everyone from family members and work colleagues to friends. This is particularly prevalent for first time parents! And whilst lots of this advice can be with the best of intentions and well meaning it can very quickly become confusing especially when receiving conflicting advice ... Read more

 

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Motherhood March:

“12 years ago at the age of 22, I decided that I wanted to one day become a mum. A husband or partner didn’t feature in this dream though. I adamantly wanted to do it as a single mum by choice. The time wasn’t right and my weight definitely wasn’t. I was told the same year if I didn’t do something about it I probably wouldn’t live beyond 30, never mind have a baby. In 2008 I underwent gastric bypass surgery and subsequently lost over 14 stone. It wasn’t an instant fix and it’s been a long road in which I’ve lost my hair, gained a tonne of confidence, continued to battle my weight and met some fantastic friends. A few years ago I was told I was becoming peri menopausal and that I shouldn’t leave it beyond 35 to start a family. At the time I was in a relationship and was waiting to see how things progressed. Luckily I came to my senses and kicked him to the kerb 😂
Following that I decided I couldn’t wait and that the time was now. Last year I was lucky enough to meet my donor, Pav, who helped me realise my dream and on our first try I got pregnant. I count myself so very lucky that I now have a four month old son, Alexander. I thought the journey to becoming a mum would be long and hard, expecting clinics and several attempts at IUI or IVF. Looking back I realise that the journey to becoming a mum started all those years ago and I’m so very thankful. Being a single mum by choice is still a new concept to some and I get a lot of raised eyebrows but ultimately a lot of support. If anyone wants to learn more about single motherhood by choice or alternative families then please do get in touch! “

Written by Mumaroo attendee Gemma. You can check out her blog here: www.scribbleandson.com
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Motherhood March:“12 years ago at the age of 22, I decided that I wanted to one day become a mum. A husband or partner didn’t feature in this dream though. I adamantly wanted to do it as a single mum by choice. The time wasn’t right and my weight definitely wasn’t. I was told the same year if I didn’t do something about it I probably wouldn’t live beyond 30, never mind have a baby. In 2008 I underwent gastric bypass surgery and subsequently lost over 14 stone. It wasn’t an instant fix and it’s been a long road in which I’ve lost my hair, gained a tonne of confidence, continued to battle my weight and met some fantastic friends. A few years ago I was told I was becoming peri menopausal and that I shouldn’t leave it beyond 35 to start a family. At the time I was in a relationship and was waiting to see how things progressed. Luckily I came to my senses and kicked him to the kerb 😂 Following that I decided I couldn’t wait and that the time was now. Last year I was lucky enough to meet my donor, Pav, who helped me realise my dream and on our first try I got pregnant. I count myself so very lucky that I now have a four month old son, Alexander. I thought the journey to becoming a mum would be long and hard, expecting clinics and several attempts at IUI or IVF. Looking back I realise that the journey to becoming a mum started all those years ago and I’m so very thankful. Being a single mum by choice is still a new concept to some and I get a lot of raised eyebrows but ultimately a lot of support. If anyone wants to learn more about single motherhood by choice or alternative families then please do get in touch! “Written by Mumaroo attendee Gemma. You can check out her blog here: http://www.scribbleandson.com

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Such a wonderful story!

Lovely story,you were in the bed next to me on ward 26 in Nov when I had my daughter. Your little boy is gorgeous xx

That's amazing, how great are you! 🙂 x

Fantastic, well done 😘 xx

Gemma Willey you are such an inspiration! So proud of you! X

👌😄 fantastic ,great story

What a story!

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Someone had fun at another busy Cleethorpes Sling Library today !

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Wow she’s so big!! Gorgeous! Xx

Our shop has had a revamp!!

Check it out here: www.mumaroo.co.uk/

Remember: you can select to collect any purchases directly from a sling library to save on postage.
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Our shop has had a revamp!! Check it out here: https://www.mumaroo.co.uk/Remember: you can select to collect any purchases directly from a sling library to save on postage.
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