You become better at managing your time.
It comes back, but it's easier, because you don't have the worries that you do when you're a new father.
I just feel so blessed to get to be on this journey, to be a mummy.
I'm always thinking, 'Is that good enough? Am I doing it right?'.
When you're around the kids you feel like you act the most grownup just because you're supposed to lead.
I'm a much better mother at 46.
It was always a dream of mine to be a mother.
It's certainly taken all my focus and attention away from work.
Becoming a father, I think it inevitably changes your perspective of life.
I'm sure a lot of mums say this, but oddly enough, I find I can get a lot more done since I've had Henry.