To the person who feels its ok to stare. Truth bomb time.

To the person who feels its ok to stare. Truth bomb time.

From the start of this I am going to say that being a little taken a back when you see something that you’re not expecting is normal. It is in fact, physiologically impossible to avoid as the neurons in your brain are disrupted slightly when they receive information...
When your child’s birthday is a tough day

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...
5 ways of explaining autism to kids

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...
17 aspects of life at the side of a hospital bed!

17 aspects of life at the side of a hospital bed!

Harry recently had planned surgery on his eye socket and as ever, I found myself with time on my hands as I waited for him to return to the ward. I sat in the café and then at the side of the hospital bed and I got thinking about all the times I had been here. Waiting...

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