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Real life stories, issues and experiences of day to day life by parents and healthcare professionals.
Have you ever been scrolling through Facebook and came across those heart touching…
by Brittney Baumgartner on 26th April, 2018
When you find you have accidentally joined the Special Needs Parents Club, a number…
by Jane Scott on 26th April, 2018
As a parent all you want is for your child to be happy and healthy.
by Rebecca Shayler-Adams on 8th January, 2018
You were cruel to my son recently, I addressed this with school but you and your…
by Zowie Kaye on 5th January, 2018
You all may or may not have come across a few stories here and there, of families…
by Brittney Baumgartner on 5th January, 2018
I was walking both my children to the local shop when I snapped this pic. I was hoping…
by Miriam Gwynne on 4th January, 2018
I am normally an Amazon.com kind of Mom.
by Jodi Shenal on 2nd January, 2018
We have all said it... With the New Year, comes new ideas, changes, hopes, beliefs.
by Brittney Baumgartner on 21st December, 2017
As a new year approaches I look back at 2017 and think WOW.
by Rebecca Shayler-Adams on 21st December, 2017
Sure, I need to drink more water, exercise more frequently, and eat less sugar…Who…
by Jodi Shenal on 21st December, 2017
There are occasions which don’t so much as pull the rug out from under our…
by Carolyn Voisey on 20th December, 2017
I am afraid I need a bit of an emotional rant. You see there is something that really…
by Miriam Gwynne on 15th December, 2017
I can remember writing out my Christmas wish list as a child, excited for all the…
by Jodi Shenal on 15th December, 2017
In the US, Canada and Britain, the modern folklore of Santa Claus typically includes…
by Zowie Kaye on 14th December, 2017
I am one of those people that like to have everything bought for Christmas by August.
by Rebecca Shayler-Adams on 14th December, 2017
It’s Christmas week babe,In our wild house,
by Ger Smyth on 13th December, 2017
I believe the appropriate word is ugg.
by Carolyn Voisey on 13th December, 2017
It's getting dark earlier, the days are getting colder.
by Ceri-Ann Brown on 13th December, 2017
Christmas time, a season of roasted chestnuts as you walk down the high street, a…
by Rebecca Shayler-Adams on 12th December, 2017
1. Not all seizures are the same Prior to my son’s epilepsy diagnosis, I’d…
by Emma Murphy on 12th December, 2017
It starts to creep up on me as October begins…I feel it rising as store shelves…
by Jodi Shenal on 11th December, 2017
There are many milestones we picture once we have children.
by Ger Smyth on 8th December, 2017
I have a question for you; what do you do when you have an individual who uses a…
by Carolyn Voisey on 8th December, 2017
I think parenting any child is forever changing, a multifaceted, and often complex…
by Ceri-Ann Brown on 8th December, 2017
After spending the weekend at Camp John Mark, in which they held a weekend camp for…
by Brittney Baumgartner on 6th December, 2017
I have a nasty feeling that winter chez Voisey isn’t going to be nice…
by Carolyn Voisey on 5th December, 2017
There are people who walk amongst us who look like everyone else.
by Ger Smyth on 5th December, 2017
I bet that every single one of you reading this has either said this statement or…
by Rochelle Followes on 1st December, 2017
It seems these days that every month has at least 3 different good causes vying for…
by Carolyn Voisey on 29th November, 2017
November comes with few and far between appointments for Oliver.
by Brittney Baumgartner on 29th November, 2017
A friend of mine recently spoke to me about their concerns over the gastrostomy as…
by Rochelle Followes on 29th November, 2017
One of the absolute worst times is when our children are poorly.
by Ceri-Ann Brown on 27th November, 2017