This is a guest post written by my husband. – MoG The following is written not by a reactionary, or a devoted fan of a former lib dem MP. I think social services is a generally hard working and needed agency in our community to safe guard children and vulnerable adults. How-ever, the following is… Read More Guest Post: Guilty until proven healthy
Just read this beautiful article on caesarean births., and wanted to share my own story.
Today is the 24th of January, a spectacularly uninteresting day to many I imagine. For me it was the start of a traumatic experience, an experience that is still ongoing, but there is finally a light at the end of the tunnel. I have written about this before, 3 times in fact. It has been a… Read More One year on
“If you’re going through hell, keep going” – Winston Churchill.
Monday 17th November 2014 is World Prematurity Day, a day for talking about around 15 million babies born prematurely worldwide. My daughter is one of them, and while I was aware of premature babies prior to her birth I was most definitely ignorant to how hard it could be for the families of these tiny little miracles.… Read More World Prematurity Day: Bonding can be hard
This post is a Guest Post by my husband, giving his perspective on having a child in special care. – MoG For me I was always more worried about my wife than anything else. The doctors sat her on the table, and the previously friendly anesthesiologist began to have a bit of a tiff with… Read More Guest Post: Parents Not Welcome