When I happily became pregnant last year, I swore I wasn't going to become one of those obsessive mums. The ones who talk baby non-stop. And, uh, blog all about it.
I worked - in my job as a journalist at the Evening Standard - right up to my due date. Whilst six months preggers, I booked gig tickets for when the babe would be five weeks old, imagining blithely leaving it with a friend with a bottle of expressed milk and getting all glammed up. Then along came the baby....
I didn't make it to that gig. This blog is an honest download of everything I've learnt - and am learning - as my buggy sports new-mum 'L plates'.
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This blog has grown faster than I could have dreamed (if I dreamed any more - to do so requires being asleep..). We've had more than 20,000 views per months, more than 20,000 reach on social media (Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @runoutofwomb). Run Out of Womb is one of the UK's top 500 blogs (as ranked by TOTS 100), and has had several features in the national press including the Daily Mail:
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