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April 2017

Posts From The Heart 1st May 2017

Hello and welcome to Posts From The Heart, hosted by myself and fellow blogger Becci over at The UnNatural Mother. We love to read blogs about things that matter to people; whether it’s something your child did that meant a lot or a political event on the world stage, from the smallest of details to…

What Is a Normal Anyway?

This morning I phoned our feeding coordinator. She is a lovely lady and over the last few months has been our one steady rock in the stormy seas we have travelled. She has bludgeoned doctors into taking us seriously and fought Number Two’s corner. But more than that, she has become a sounding board, someone…

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…

What Kind Of A World Do We Really Want?

As the news once again revolves around the election, and the politicians state their cases, I cannot help but think they are all missing the point. They argue about specific policies, call each other names and tell us what the country needs. But as I sit and listen, I’m not really sure that any of…

Why Not Join The Hasbro HotSpot Community?

If like me, you’re always wondering what to buy your children for their next birthday, trying to figure out the next big thing and hoping they will love what you choose, Hasbro has an opportunity which just might interest you: It’s an opportunity for U.K. Residents with children aged 12 years or younger to be…

When One Child’s Needs Supersede Another…

If there is one singular reason why it took me so long to get around to having a Number Two, it would have to be that I worried about being able to meet the needs of both children. I was worried what would happen when one child’s needs supersede another… Number One and I were…