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Guest Post: Isaac’s More Than Ordinary Life

I am very grateful to Miriam from Faithmummy for sharing her family’s story with us. Her blog is truly wonderful, so please do pop over and take a look. Isaac’s story starts many many years before he was born. Many mums say their child is longed for but not many struggle with the heartbreak of…

Guest Post: Joshua’s More Than Ordinary Life

Thank you so much to Kaiden Laverty from The Habitual Home for sharing his family’s story. Please do head over to the blog and show it some love. Note to the reader: I talk about two different conditions/diagnosis’ here. The wording written in normal is about my son struggling in his early days having a…

Guest Post: J’s More Than Ordinary Life

I am very grateful to Becka from Mummy Est. 2014 for sharing her family’s story, please do pop over and give her wonderful blog some support. This is J’s Journey: I’m Becka, a first time Mummy. I am an Early Years Professional and Special Educational Needs And Disability Coordinator. However being Mummy to J has…

Guest Post: Bethany’s More Than Ordinary Life

My husband and I both had hip dysplasia as babies. Mine was discovered immediately at the newborn check and I was put in a pavlik harness immediately, but my husband was missed and it was picked up later (around a year/18 months) he had to have surgery and plaster cast. So we were told when…

Guest Post: Luis’ More Than Ordinary Life

I’m honoured to be hosting this post by Lauretta who blogs at Home and Horizon about her family’s journey: Dealing with clubfoot one step at a time. “It looks like your baby has bilateral talipes”. Those words I still remember very clearly now, some 12 years later. The sonographer was very matter of fact; what…

Guest Post: Sonny’s More Than Ordinary Life

I am very grateful to Becci at To Aufinity and Beyond for sharing Sonny’s story with us. Please do pop along and check out  her beautiful blog and social  media pages. When did you first realise that your child had SEND/ a medical condition? For me there was a gradual build up of events that…