#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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2 important ways to Embrace & support your special needs child

I wholeheartedly love my children, Olivia and Sofiya are my entire world. It goes without saying I wish things could be slightly different, I wish they could have a “normal” sibling relationship. It’s so easy to compare my girls and our lives with others, looking at the outward appearance, behaviours and the developmental skills (or lack thereof) rather than looking…

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26 life lessons in 26 years

A quarter century + one, I crossed the half way mark to 50! how has this happened? Well of course I know how, I just mean I remember being in primary school playing hopscotch. Sitting outside my nans house with one of those bright colourful radios, eating chips & bacon pieces in a cone. Innocent to life. I remember my…

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What I’ve learned from blogging about Mental Health 

I’ve been blogging about Mental health for seven months which wasn’t my original plan when I created my blog. That doesn’t mean I’ve forgotten why I started my blog in the first place as raising awareness for Periventricular leukomalacia will always be my ultimate goal. You can read my 10 things to know about PVL. Yet since sharing my journey…

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