Goals & Checklists…

There’s a little thing I have done since Ethans diagnosis ; something I have done to keep the reality of his diagnosis at bay. I don’t know if many of you can relate to this, but those who can- I am sorry […]

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When D went away…

My week has been absolutely tiring – despite me being prepared for this week for weeks, I simply couldn’t have predicted how tired I would actually be. To single parents – seriously, I have no idea how you guys do it…all. Friday […]

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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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OMG- The Sh!t I say!

I am a mother to three wonderful unique boys. I first became a mother on the 18th of May 2002…that’s almost 14 years ago. In those 14 years I have said some strange stuff with a very serious face; here are just […]

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Conversations …

When your eldest son is diagnosed with a rare genetic life-limiting condition, there are conversations you thought you’d never have. Ever. The obvious conversations are dark and morbid; normally these happen in the early hours of the morning after a rough few […]

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Dream a little dream …

From the moment we know we are pregnant…we dream. We dream about this little person growing in our bellies. We dream about what they will look like, who’s nose will they have? Who’s hair…who’s mouth…eyes…? We dream as our bellies grow and […]

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It’s only words and ….

I used to believe the only important form of communication was indeed words, how many of us have ever actually thought about communication without words? Most people in their lives will never have to worry about finding ‘other’ ways to communicate. I […]

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Who the F**k is Lucy?!

Toddlers can scare the absolute sh!t out of us adults not just with their lack of regard for their safety but there’s another way these little dictators can keep us up all night long. “Mam…mam..mmaaaammie” he shirked. I rolled my eyes…this was […]

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Oh Easter …

  Oh Easter…what fun you are.     Stages most parents may go through during this wonderfully long winded break from routine and school also known as Easter. Stage One-The Crafts. Let’s do some crafts (anyone who knows me personally probably knows […]

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Threenager Alert!

I have not had this kind of experience before. With Ethan it was different; because of his syndrome he began to regress back(we thought at the time Ethan had regressed due to a hearing impairment- we were correct but wrong about the […]

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