For parents of children with special needs, or medically complex children you always hear the whispers of "that poor child" or the looks of pity from people. Even the child's family and siblings say they feel sorry for them, however I don't feel sorry for them. Alfie came to me the other day and said … Continue reading “Don’t feel sorry for me”
So today is my dads birthday so I wanted to write a little piece especially for him. To dad, Thank you for always being there for me and thank you for the memories I have and really do cherish. You are an amazing dad, you're such a fuss pot, you're crazy, you have introduced me … Continue reading To my Dad
So today is my eldest boy's 8th birthday - that means I have been a parent for eight years!! I have made mistakes along the way and winged my way through this thing called parenting but when I look at Alf I realise I have done a good job as he is a great kid...so … Continue reading The boy is turning 8!!
This week after a two month wait and two months of me moaning, Rivers walking frame finally arrived!! This was an exciting day. River took his first steps at Christmas when he was 18 months old and we all -us as a family and the professionals thought he would then thrive and be running in … Continue reading His frame arrived!!
1 - You will always be tired...I don’t just mean tired-I mean absolutely exhausted. I literally cannot remember the last time I was not tired, however the children never tire!! When people say enjoy your sleep, I beg of you quit your job, cancel any plans and just sleep. 2 – Mess...before I had children … Continue reading “Top 11 things you’re not completely warned about when you have children”