This September, a soon to be five-year-old Olivia will leave The Early Intervention programme. The natural next step for most families, with a child with significant physical disabilities, is to then begin transitioning their child from a home-based therapy programme to a special needs school. Luckily we have chosen a school (which we’ve just received… View Post

WOW, I can’t believe this was taken almost 11 years ago! How much we didn’t know and how much we thought we knew! Childfree and carefree teenagers with not a single worry in the world! No idea that in 7 years we would have a family together, knee deep in nappies and able to understand… View Post

Anxiety is something we need to talk about more and stop being ashamed off! Anxiety is a REAL Illness based on extreme fear (as well as other mental health issues) To banish the stigma behind mental health we must talk about it more! Anybody and everybody can suffer from anxiety and it affects us all… View Post

Bringing up a child opens up a certain level of self-doubt within yourself. First of all, It’s not uncommon during Motherhood, after all, you’re responsible for another human beings life. This amount of responsibility is sometimes overwhelming and as a result of this, I question everything. Will I be a good enough mother? Will I… View Post

Parenting is perhaps the most difficult journey most of us will ever embark on. Parenting a child with additional needs adds a degree of complexity. Now, we’re 4 years on from official cerebral palsy diagnoses nothing has really changed with regards to medication or therapy. What do you do when you receive a diagnosis regarding your… View Post

“I feared because it was too early, I cried because it was too soon. Yet I underestimated the strength in one so small.”  World prematurity day ~ 17.11.16 The above was my Instagram post I published in support of world prematurity day, Even though it’s been almost 4 years since Olivia was born reminiscing is… View Post