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I spend all day saying to children: ‘washing your hands is so important, get dressed and stay warm, you need a good night’s sleep and occasionally an early night, eat well to stay healthy, take an hour of quiet...
  Although I correctly characterized it as pornographic, I didn’t make the link that so often comes with pornography: the encouragement of violence against women. Upon closer inspection, Fifty Shades of Grey is not just harmless “mommy porn.” it clearly...
I posted this on our Facebook page this week: I thought this image was fascinating!!! Our clever, clever bodies!!!! So much happening to grow our little babies. So dont forget to look at your post-partum body with respect!!! Baby weight can be...
  Every so often, a story of a courageous family and a beautiful child flits across the media in New Zealand - it is always a story that will bring tears to your eyes, make you want to kiss and hug your...
About Ashlee Hi! I’m Ashlee and I’m super blessed to live in this amazing country with my growing little (big!) family! I adopt an ‘attachment parenting’ style and live with a natural focus, which generally drives all my passions – crafts,...
After more than 10 years of running TMP,  it is over! GOODBYE TO THE MOTHERHOOD PROJECT! TMP was started after my first baby was born, just like hundreds of other small home businesses in New Zealand! At the time, some of...
  The world was abuzz with the arrival of HRH Princess Charlotte this week, and with it come a flood of scrutiny on her famous mother. When she walked onto the steps post-birth, the Duchess looked amazing. She had a radiant...
I know that things here at The Motherhood Project have been pretty quiet! Between our collaborative team, we've sold businesses, had sick kids, moved house, had new babies, been sick ourselves, suffered loss, death, sickness and stress in our families...
This week we've been having fun with the goodies sent to us from Munch to show you! Munch is a New Zealand business, growing fast and run by mums - the type of business we love to support! It was...
Finding confidence in being a feminist, while also being a homemaker and mother didn't come easy to me. I had the preconceived notion that to be a feminist you had to be paving the way in women's rights. You had...