From Mummying and M.E.
I used to be healthy (ish!) Full of energy. I used to think nothing of working a 10+ hour day, 5 days a week, going to a 2-hour rehearsal twice a week after work, and most other nights going for a drink or 2 at the local. Weekends were spent socialising, walking; energy was seemingly unlimited. If it wasn’t, a good lie in and rest for the day sorted me right out and I was back, the normal me firing on all cylinders.
I fell pregnant and we had our first child in 2017. I know what you’re thinking, having a child, becoming a mummy is exhausting. Of course it is. But bear with me. We quickly got used to navigating the sleepless nights, cluster feeding, dirty nappies leaking up the back, you know what it’s like. I’d be walking into town and back at least every other day, 1.5 miles each way. A class of buggy fit here, baby sensory there, nothing seemed out of reach.
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