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.
When you find out you are having a baby your first baby that is no matter what anyone tells you, you are still naïve enough to think that all the horror stories you hear from others aren’t going to be as bad for you.
One of the things you can’t really prepare for but it is an inevitability is when your baby or child gets sick.Read More »
Before Noah was diagnosed we were told there was a chance he had one of two rare syndromes.
One of which was life limiting and the other which was Escobar Syndrome.
Now it was a very strange moment because and this might sound weird to some of you, but we were delighted it was Escobar Syndrome because it meant that Noah would have a chance at a relatively normal life.
He would develop as normal mentally and should live a normal life expectancy.
And not only that we could also pretend that the syndrome was named after an infamous drug lord (its not by the way).
Now that I think about it Noah has been mad to grow a moustache lately mmmmm…??