Caesarean birth stories – Do they count?

Caesarean birth stories – Do they count?

I was super smug to think that I was cooking not one but two tiny people in my uterus in 2005. Excitement turned to nerves once I realised that as much I was loving carrying them, they’d have to come out at some point (I’m a bright woman and do know that you can’t...

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Cheese tasting and Charity

Cheese tasting and Charity

I have spent over nine years writing the story of my journey as a mum plunged into the world of facial disfigurement and special needs when one of my twins was born with Goldenhar syndrome (essentially only half of his face developed). In May 2017 I started blogging...

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FREE Pamper & Party Pack from 7th Heaven!

FREE Pamper & Party Pack from 7th Heaven!

When I reached out to companies to ask for contributions to a blog about pampering yourself I was interested to hear from award-winning beauty brand 7th Heaven. I've seen the sachets of their face masks when I have been out shopping and always assumed that the cheap...

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Is this the logo design programme for you?

Is this the logo design programme for you?

At the time of writing this blog I am in the process of setting up a charity called More Than a Face. Inspired by my son Harry who was born with a rare cranio-facial condition called Goldenhar syndrome, I aim to raise awareness of facial disfigurement by offering...

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What random acts of kindness really mean

What random acts of kindness really mean

I would say that of all the qualities I have, kindness is up there as one I am most proud of. I am the person that always thanks the waitress for good service (it used to embarrass the life out of my ex-husband so I did it all the more to wind him up!) I’m the one who...

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3 reasons not to send my son to special school

3 reasons not to send my son to special school

Choosing the right school for any child can be overwhelming and stressful. Add in the extra considerations of disability, in any form, and the process becomes even harder. Harry has Goldenhar syndrome which is a rare cranio-facial condition but that alone wasn’t the...

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Does parenting advice differ for SEN children?

Does parenting advice differ for SEN children?

Recently, I wrote a blog about the best parenting advice that friends had been given before or as soon as they became parents for the first time. There weren’t any big surprises in there (although there was a plug for Tena ladies I didn’t see coming!) but as soon as I...

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The best parenting advice we were given

The best parenting advice we were given

My sister is getting married next year and I am already getting excited about the idea of having a niece or a nephew in the future. After spending the afternoon with her recently I thought about the one piece of advice that I would pass on to her in the early days of...

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