Today 29th May 2017 I’m sure I’m not alone in thinking how terrifying the upcoming events are and how they could potentially make millions of lives ours including endangered. The NHS is in jeopardy. I watch the news, I read the articles, I see the debates and I’m active on Twitter where I see the… View Post

Being a Mother is arguably the hardest job in the world, it doesn’t come with an instruction manual listing step by step, day to day How to proceed. We are all just going through Parenthood as best we can. It’s a learning process that simply never ends. Does it differ when you have a Premature… View Post

I will never forget the day I was wheeled into NICU the environment was scary, sombre even. Being wheeled up to an incubator housing a 1lb15oz human being, first introduction to my daughter not being allowed to hold her barely being allowed to touch her. I remember the day I finally got to participate in… View Post

Being a Mother is arguably the hardest job in the world, it doesn’t come with an instruction manual listing step by step, day to day How to proceed. We are all just going through Parenthood as best we can. It’s a learning process that simply never ends. Does it differ when you have a Premature… View Post

19th August 2015 – 8 days old When we discovered Sofiya had suffered a perinatal stroke in her occipital lobe, we were shocked, to say the least. I had always associated having a stroke with older people. Discovering it’s common for a newborn baby to suffer from one left me completely dumbfounded. The Consultant pulled… View Post

We spent 3 months living in 3 different hospitals, Whilst our daughter fought for her life. Here is our story. Hiding away at the very end of the maternity ward there is a completely different world. It’s almost as if it’s being kept a secret from the unsuspecting parents to be coming to give birth,… View Post