Now that the kids are older I have become more courageous heading off on holidays with them on my own.Read More »
Since Noah’s arrival, for a time hospitals became like a second home for us.
Between out patient, scheduled and emergency in-patient stays I actually nearly became nose blind to the smell of the place, which to be honest I thought would be nearly impossible.
At the beginning I was such a novice when it came to hospitals, the workings of them and what would make a stay in them somewhat more comfortable, I thought a blog might be helpful to those who might not have as much experience as us in hospitals.
I’m sure at this stage all of us in Ireland and even further afield are well aware as to what I mean by Repeal the Eight Amendment.
If you want to find out exactly what the Eight Amendment means and why it is important to Repeal it then please click here to go to directly to the Repeal Eight.ie.
Essentially in layman’s terms abortion in Ireland is against the law.Read More »
I became a mother at 20 and sometimes I wonder how much it changed my identity and who I might have become had I not had children until a later time.
It was only when Noah came along and those first couple of years after his birth that I no longer recognised the person I was or who I wanted to be.Read More »
I can’t believe that it has been nearly a year already since we took the plunge and brought Noah on a family ski holiday.
Skiing has been an annual holiday with Denis (the master builder) and his family with the last 17 years and other than missing the odd year since the kids arrived Denis has gone himself the majority of those.Read More »