The next chapter of our life, much better written by me than Austin and Rory, in their eyes they go to this great place with other kids where they can … Continue reading The next chapter…
When we were super small we suffered from severe reflux, taking gaviscon and lanzoprozole to support us but still vomiting after every feed. Mummy found that giving us a ‘dodi’ … Continue reading Overshare!
Way before we were in mummy’s tummy, she imagined sharing a pregnancy with her friends, bringing up children together, doing all of the fun things you see in the movies … Continue reading #playgroupfriends
So finally, despite it being cancelled twice, it was my first day at nursery on Thursday. Mummy booked us in for the holiday club so that I could get used … Continue reading Rory’s turn!
So we promised to blog every day in July. It probably was a little ambitious. Especially seen as July is gala time and Mummy is super busy organising the Mates … Continue reading Throw back Thursdays!
So, Grandad being off work with his arm following his operation meant that Nannie wasn’t on her own and so it was much easier to arrange for us to spend … Continue reading No-Sleep-over
So today I should be in theatre with my Hero Dr Ravi for part two of my Trachy op. Except it was rescheduled for next week. Next week was my … Continue reading A handful of memories…
When we were transferred to Barnsley and our initial stay at Jessops, it was a huge deal. The nurses and families on the NICu at Sheffield we’re our family. We … Continue reading Please Help!
If ever you were to ask Mummy what she finds most difficult in a day, or what has been the stressful part of parenting, even given all of the extra … Continue reading Tactics!
Amongst the many considerations, hurdles and mixed emotions surrounding our split start at nursery is the fact that it is borderline impossible for mummy to do the nursery run on … Continue reading Just push me – I dare ya!
Dear Austin & Rory, my little dudes, my bundles of awesome, my absolute reason for breathing! Where have the past two years gone? I remember giving birth to you like … Continue reading The power of TWO
So after yesterdays successful hospital appointment, with a plan to begin ‘Operation Tracheostomy Decannulation’ in April, we see the world with fresh eyes. Or maybe tired, worn out, ready for … Continue reading Holy Moly Meltdown!