Key milestones and loss in an altered life

From when our babies are first born we are watching and assessing them, even on a subconscious level. We are waiting for them to hit their key milestones – crawling, walking, being free of the nappy. Once their little red book with the percentile scale that I hated...

read more

Tattoo or not tattoo ~ that is the question!

Ok, so before I launch into this blog you should know that my decision on the tattoo front has nothing to do with the fact that I turn 39 and 12 months in November and am having some sort of crisis ( I'm even struggling to use the numbers 0 and 4 in the correct...

read more

19 tips when you visit Rome with a teenager! (or anyone else)

My Son Oliver has always loved History and after watching a programme about the Colosseum and later the film Gladiator (skipping the inappropriate parts) he told me that he would love to visit Rome one day. This passing statement went into my mental vault along with...

read more

Celebrating 70 NHS heroes!

One of the many things that I am sure I'm not the only person to take for granted living in Britain is our National Health Service. Its only when I see posts about the cost of health care abroad that I remind myself just how lucky we are to have the incredible staff,...

read more

When your child’s birthday is a tough day

Ive spoken before about how I didn't really cope very well with the news that one of my premature twin boys had been born with one half of his face developed (nothing to do with his prematurity). I was stunned beyond words and to say that that day changed me forever...

read more

13 wishes for my boys as they become teenagers

In some ways it seems like yesterday that my baby boys came into this world and I can’t believe that they are 13 already. In other ways, it feels like a lifetime ago as that day changed me so much and I am such a different person now to the mother I became back then....

read more

What to buy for the child who wants nothing? 4 ideas!

We are used to hearing the phrase ‘what do you buy for the man/woman who has everything?’ but I have a slightly different but equally challenging dilemma; ‘what to buy for the child who wants nothing?’ When my twin boys were young it was so easy to get carried away in...

read more

5 ways of explaining autism to kids

I am quite used to explaining why Harry's face looks different to most nowadays and if facial disfigurement is something you would struggle to explain to your child then please check out my bog post on 7 ways to help your child understand facial disfigurement as the...

read more

Download chapter one of the best selling book here, for free,
and never miss another update on the crazy fun we call life!   SIGN ME UP!!

Name * Email *

Follow by Email
Facebook
Facebook
YouTube
Instagram