4 Days In Wales | U.K Mini Break

If you have children you know holidays around peak season / summer holiday time you’re looking at paying a small fortune. We’ve come to the conclusion that holidaying abroad with Olivia is not only costly insurance for long term health conditions really racks up but she’s unpredictable and quite frankly it’s not the worth the risk just for a holiday,…

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My Depression Diagnosis – One Year On 

I thought about a lot of things these past few days. I thought about how much I don’t enjoy city living anymore. I thought about where I want my life to go. How far Olivia has come health wise, how Sofiya is growing up so quickly and I thought about the fact this winter will mark one year since my…

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A New Chapter In Our Lives

September is approaching and I desperately want to avoid it. Searching for uniforms small enough to fit brings a lump in my throat. Every time I think of September, I feel sick. I imagine kissing you goodbye at our front door, the safety of our home. Watching strangers drive away with you, strangers I have to trust and who are…

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#iTalkDisability Campaign 

The #iTalkDisability campaign brings together parents from every walk of life. Who are united by one topic, Disability. Welcome to my camapaign #iTalkDisability Which will launch November 2017 Starting with guest posts from some incredible parents. I have been thinking of doing a guest post series for a while now, and figured I would base it on something that is…

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Moving Forward After Life’s Inevitable Setbacks 

THE FIVE STAGES OF GRIEF Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Acceptance ‪When you enter the world of Motherhood there are so many things people don’t tell you that you simply need to learn. You’re also never told that if things don’t go as planned, you might experience Grief.  ‬After Olivia was born, I drifted through the first four stages of grief.…

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