Dear Disney | Why my children will Never experience the Magic…

In support of the recent campaign by Laura Moore AKA Mum On A Mission to get Walt Disney World/Disneyland resorts to see the dire need of ‘Changing Places‘ toilet facilities in their parks, I wrote an open letter to Disney explaining the sad reality behind exactly why my children will Never get to experience the magic like every other kid does in their childhood. Mum On A Mission in the Media; Mum SLAMS Disney after having to change severely disabled son on toilet floor Dear Disney, My name is Fi and I’m a 29yr old Mum of two little girls … Continue reading Dear Disney | Why my children will Never experience the Magic…

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A Guide to | Nesting with a Disability

(Title Image featuring a trip-free safety gate) Pretty much everybody knows about the ‘nesting’ phase when you’re awaiting the arrival of a little one. Whether that phase be from the word “Congratulations!” or a few days before the big day, nobody escapes that need to make sure everything is ready! The same goes for parents with the added challenge of a disability and/ chronic illness. It may shock a lot of people who aren’t part of this minority community, but there are next to NO products out on the market that were specifically designed for parenting with any form of impairment. … Continue reading A Guide to | Nesting with a Disability

Life On the Buses | Travelling as a wheelchair user with small children

(Title Image featuring stick figure version of me and my littles)  Accessibility: This post features Image Description for Visually impaired readers (Pictured: Symbol style picture of a lady in a wheelchair, baby in a buggy and little girl skipping about to board a bus. Presenting our unique perspective) Welcome to the first in a series of blog posts focusing on travelling on public transport here in the UK. I am in a unique position where I’m a disabled Mum, in a powerchair (completely non-ambulatory) and travel via all forms of public transport with my 4 and 1 year old in … Continue reading Life On the Buses | Travelling as a wheelchair user with small children