One whole week of you being in our lives
I’m rearranging my hospital bag for the hundredth time and each time I’m pretty sure I’m losing part of my sanity with each stash. With Freddie I’m sure I packed it once and I was happy..second time round I’m doubting everything and getting stressy over the most mundane things (big pants?) I would be more…… Continue reading My *ideal* hospital bag..
It’s almost been a year since Freddie’s official CMPA diagnosis and so this Easter was our first dairy free. I was daunted at the prospect really as we spend so much of our time checking labels for hidden milk that I wondered if he would be enjoying much for Easter apart from an extortionate lack…… Continue reading Dairy free easter
This week had a defining moment. The sun came out and we all spent hours in the garden, it was definitely what we all needed. Freddie was big collecting and playing with the dogs whilst I sat and soaked in the warm sun. It felt amazing. I can’t walk too far now with my worsening…… Continue reading First garden day
Our day of being part of medical research, a fetal MRI to see Baby Jones in fascinating detail
I found pretty soon after having Freddie that the gift of choice was a hand or foot casting kit. Now, whilst they look good on the wall and impressive to imagine, the reality of creating one is not so clean. Wriggly fingers and a caggy handed Mum make for a fine mess of plaster and…… Continue reading Tipitoes foot impression [review]
This year Christmas was so much more special for us as Freddie actually got excited and was completely blown away on Christmas Day. My fave part of the day was simply when the came downstairs, gasped and said “WOW” he could not believe it!! He did get a bit overwhelmed in the day so his…… Continue reading When christmas becomes real