A while ago I was approached by a journalist who writes for the Daily Mirror, about sharing Jack's story. I was nervous. We all have an impression of tabloids and the how the stories appear, very sensationalised and you question the accuracy sometimes. But to me, this was an opportunity to talk about the condition … Continue reading National News
Wonderful hubby, We both have someone who comes before each other now; the sweetest little warrior, and our journey has not been easy for any of us. I feel the need to say sorry to you though. You may have taken a backseat to our journey through prematurity, not intentionally. At first due to it … Continue reading Open Apology to my Husband
I think we've all seen the stupid Daily Fail post about "Slummy Mummies" which basically serves only to shame mums for feeding their kids fish fingers and for drinking a glass of wine in the evening or on a weekend. Note - I refuse to link to the article, they ain't getting any website traffic … Continue reading Solidaritea
The month of November is here. The big one. The important month. Jack's birthday month and also World Prematurity Month. Where has the year gone? World Prematurity Month last year saw the arrival of my premature son. This year sees him turn one whole year old. World Prematurity Day last year was on 17th November … Continue reading Oh god, is that a snuffle?
I've been thinking about starting a blog about Jack ever since he was born prematurely, at 28+6 gestation but was not sure about putting my life out there for the world to see, particularly my weaknesses. I had a textbook pregnancy up until the day before Jack's birth. We weren't trying and thought that our … Continue reading Starting a blog