A candid transparent post where I dig deep and run through my lived-experience so far being a disabled Mum. What we face, what we miss out on, the quirks and different goal posts and most importantly the positives. #Sponsored by a company who supports Mothers from all diverse backgrounds! Continue reading What Is Motherhood With A Disability?
Come along with me as we look back on such a trying year with a very happy ending! I promise you’ll leave with restored hope in humanity and joy in your heart going forth into 2020! Continue reading 2019 – A Year of Tears and Triumphs!
For the past 3 years we’ve opened our home to these cheeky mess-makers, committed to making Christmas even more magical for our girls. However, little did we know how devastating this timeless tradition would become when my littlest couldn’t follow the Number 1 rule! Continue reading Elf on the Shelf: Rules You’re Forced to Break
Have you ever heard that saying – “The only disability in life is a bad attitude”? This couldn’t be more true regarding society’s perception of disabled parents. Society still in 2018 see living with a disability as this great tragedy, … Continue reading 5 Things Children Gain Having A Disabled Parent
Compiling experience with disability-friendly methods on what many parents describe as one of the most stressful, chaotic and frustrating Early Years milestones. Continue reading Potty Training with a Disability
Here in England, our summer usually consists of a max of 2 weeks of somewhat sunny weather, whilst the rest of the year its almost always raining and miserable. Suddenly for the past 3 months solid, according to the Express, … Continue reading Keeping The Littles Cool During Heatwaves
I’ve always been a big lover of arts and crafts, mainly stemming from my childhood as my parents enrolled me in a lot of summer holiday clubs. As I couldn’t participate in many physical activities, I’d end up being creative … Continue reading Our Experience with #Toucanbox | Subscription Box Review
(Title Image: Abbie 3yrs old in shopping trolley + an example of her healthy lunches) Almost every parent ends up with one child that always was or becomes a fussy eater at some point. Usually somewhere around 2-3 years old … Continue reading Healthy Eating With Your Little Fusspot!
[THUMBNAIL: Family selfie] Since the start of my blog, I’ve had a lot of people ask me to do more posts on disability and motherhood and everything that ties in with that. It’s quite a diverse and broad topic and … Continue reading Life of an Ambitious Turtle Q + A – Pregnancy + Childbirth