Being a Mam is hard, being a Mam to a child with special needs is even harder, but one thing the majority of us Mams have in common is how we often put our own health on the back burner.Read More »
Since starting the blog, my aim has always been to educate people not only on the fact that we are family like any other, but also on disability and everything that comes along with it.
However, what I have found over the last 2 years is that there is also plenty that I can learn from our followers i.e. their perceptions of people with disabilities.
Recently, I decided that I would try and answer some of those questions that people have for me when it comes to being a parent of a child with special needs, and I encouraged our followers to ask me questions no matter how uncomfortable for me, as its important that I help educate others and give them an insight into what life is really like.
So, without further ado, I’m going to get right into the questions.Read More »
Shortly after Noah was born, I developed severe depression and anxiety, but if I’m being honest I was always one of those people who thought far too much about things and I’m fierce pessimistic.
There really is no polite way of saying it, but, anxiety is a bitch.
I feel like it was only yesterday that I was a teenager myself, and I can’t believe that now I’m raising a teenager of my own.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 »