Slowly , I have come to terms with Hunters.

“Bring him home, love him… you won’t have him that long.” The doctor’s words seemed to form cold iron chains which hung tightly around my neck. It was 2008 and he was giving us his diagnosis. “Rare. Genetic. Progressive. Regression. Terminal.” Ethan, […]

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The Sh!t my dictator says!

My little dictator and the sh!t he says especially in public can often leave me desperately searching the the appropriate response while a small crowd gathers laughing… I know I am not alone with this; toddler’s and their pronunciations mixed with brutal […]

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An award, text messaging and being a typical mammy!

  I had a really surprising weekend. It certainly was an unforgettable weekend. I attended the Irish Bloggers Association awards; which was a first for me. I stayed the night in Dublin and enjoyed a cocktail (or five) with my darling sister […]

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Imagine ..May 15th

If you are a parent reading this, or an aunt, uncle, grandparent, cousin, sibling, friend, school teacher, a GP, a nurse, a doctor or even a pediatrician I want you all to come with me on this imaginary trip. It’s not a […]

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