Posts by Cass Ferguson


I have rewritten this post countless times, or have either gotten half way – then deleted it, or left bits of a post in my drafts section…The one part of my “writing self” wants the post to flow beautifully, and have all the words cascade effortlessly, whilst my heart just wants to spew it out all in one swoop. With anxiety there is always this struggle between the mind and the heart, therefore, I go back and forth, and if I can’t decide – then I pause and kind of… Read More


Motherhood looks a little different to everyone. It may either look like a crazy nightmare, or it may look like pure perfection on the outside. One thing is for sure : Motherhood keeps you on your toes 24/7. I was at the GP a few weeks back to take my little 8 month bubs in as he wasn’t feeling well. The weekend before that GP visit I had this disgusting stomach bug, and was back at work on Monday and in full mom mode. Brooklyn got his meds, and then… Read More


Woohoo, it’s that time of year again when we have the kids 24/7, that’s EVERY.SINGLE.DAY. for like a month! Don’t all jump up and down with excitement now (I know you want too! ha!) A part of me LOVES spending the holidays with my family – we can sleep in late, go to bed late, have lazy PJ days in a messy house, and do whatever we want – when we want…. BUT then again, in-between all that holiday-ing, there’s the….. darker side…..the side of holiday parenting that makes us… Read More


S-L-E-E-P … The Holy Grail to parents of little people! The most commonly asked question when you have a newborn baby : ” How is the sleep going? “ I don’t know about you, but in the beginning with a newborn, you feel so fragile as is – and when someone asks you about sleep – you want to burst into tears because in all honestly you’re like : ” What’s that, and will I ever sleep again, and if so WHEN !? ” As baby grows, they start to… Read More


SIGH, just the title alone makes me want to internally sigh. Because it’s obviously still a thing, and most likely will always be a thing, due to people – well being people. I normally avoid all kinds of drama, whether its personally, or via the inter-webs. WHY? Not because I don’t like conflict, I actually like and see value in HEALTHY conflict, but I tend to find general conflict (unnecessary drama) , fighting, to be a waste of time, and something that always does more harm than good. BUT YOH,… Read More