Mother’s Group ~ a social necessity?

This post is written by Melissa, who came across Mother Ink. recently. Melissa used to be state retail manager of Mimco. She now the mother of ¬†one little boy. Melissa came to writing about her experiences of motherhood because she felt isolated and lonely. She needed to share her experiences. This is a beautiful piece … Continue reading

Goodbye Babu

Zanni lives in the hinterlands of Byron Bay, Australia. She has one two year-old daughter. Recently, her world was rocked by a miscarriage. This is Zanni’s perspective of what she went through. About four or five weeks ago, we found out I was pregnant. It was planned, and we were excited and playfully chatted about … Continue reading

A mother’s love. A daughter’s strength

Sherie had her first child at 20. There were serious complications at birth that affected her long after. On top of coping with her own situation, which included experiencing PND, she soon found out her mother had been diagnosed with a terminal illness. Sherie’s experiences of becoming a mother were marred by great tragedy. But … Continue reading