Mary Sea

Mary Sea is a Christchurch mother of two, a breastfeeding peer counsellor and a speech-language therapist who had great taste in music pre-children, but whose music taste these days appears to be going in One Direction.

Parents
Jul 6, 2018

Why we need more theatre – for babies

The arts are meant to be for everyone. But are they really? Mary Sea looks at theatre for babies and why we really really need more of it.

Read on.

Parents
Aug 11, 2017

A Top 40 mum at 40: Why do pop music lyrics suddenly sound so bad?

Mary Sea has been gorging on pop music and she's found the Top 40 is a different world at 40 when you have little ears to consider. But never fear, she has a solution to inane patriarchal ditties.

Read on.

Parents
Jul 9, 2017

A message to the Water Drop Café after they told a mum to breastfeed in the toilets

The Water Drop Café in Christchurch has had a bad week after they told a breastfeeding mother to feed her baby in the toilets. Here Mary Sea writes them a letter reflecting on the ups and downs of a public scandal.

Read on.


The Spinoff is made possible by the generous support of the following organisations.
Please help us by supporting them.