Just Because Everything Is Different Doesn’t Mean Anything Has Changed

“Just because everything is different doesn’t mean anything has changed.” 
Irene Peter

I’m not sure how I feel about this quote.
In some respects yes this is true! But in others not.


For example, some things are changing here at DILAM.

As you might have seen the way some of the bookings are taken has changed.  Like for Baby Massage.  This is so that everyone has more insight into the bookings for their classes as soon as they want it so they can serve you better, without having to wait for me to get my bum in gear.

AND you’ll soon see some new colours too. A change that feels right at this moment in time as I make a few changes so that I can serve you and everyone who hires DILAM to run their workshops too.

Although things are different, nothing has changed at all. It’s the same DILAM with the same ethos and the same fab people working to bring you great classes and support you on your journey.

But on the other hand, when we have kids everything is different and things DO change. 

Sometimes they change in a subtle way and sometimes they change in a big, in-your-face way, and there’s nothing wrong with that AT ALL. Knowing what I know now and after two kids, I know it’s completely normal. Although I wish I’d known that when I had my first 11 years ago.

The time we have for others, including our partner, how we see the world, how we feel, what seems important – it all changes. WE may not have changed underneath it all BUT we are reborn as parents at the same time as our little ones are born and that is a BIG change. It’s an instant change.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the changes that have happened since you had your little one or if you’re expecting and want to know more about what I’m talking about, come and have a chat! Don’t go it alone because you’re not alone. ⠀⠀

Sometimes just having a real, honest chat about other people’s experiences can make a huge difference. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

And one thing that will never change – real, open and honest chat from me!

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