SafeSip drink covers have to be one of my best finds ever! I don’t do reviews for companies, this is purely my experience of a product which we have been using for several years now. My son is 10 years old and needs to use a straw for all drinks to reduce episodes of choking.… Continue reading SafeSip Drink Covers
Some days it is hard to keep strong, especially when people ignore you when you write to them or when they try to skirt round it like it doesn’t matter. It can feel very lonely, especially when you are stuck on the outside, unable to enter. Even more so when others can go in so easily. It is exhausting. Many parents… Continue reading “You so totally rock, Squirt!”
Years ago I would read “inspirational” stories of carers and be in awe of how much of themselves they devoted to another person. I would read of their struggles, the hospital stays, the sleepless nights, the physical and emotional strain and the total willingness with which they did everything and know that I was not reading… Continue reading Struggling to care…
Do you associate Marks and Spencer’s with excellence? With amazing customer service? Perhaps as a compassionate brand? Marks and Spencer is a favourite high street brand for many and it was first choice for us when we needed some clothes. Adam needed a new coat, I needed some underwear and we wanted to pick up… Continue reading The Marks & Spencer visit.
When I was very little I would warn my parents that I was getting angry by saying “I’ll turn green”. Quite why I used an Incredible Hulk reference is beyond me as I have always been a little scared of The Hulk, but I did! If you read “That Annoying Woman“you will know that Adam and I… Continue reading Remember Me?
The baby and toddler years are hard. Very few people will dispute that. Most of us admit to a little relief when our little darlings can feed themselves, take themselves off to the toilet, play quietly in their room, get themselves out of the bath and, most blissful of all, when they can get themselves… Continue reading Parent or carer?