One of the many things I took away from our very first Bereavement Camp at Barretstown is that ‘Hoovers’ and ‘Heaters’ are in our lives. They’ve always been there.
The box arrived. This was my first time to have ever been sent something to review. I have been offered items before but often felt that they didn’t ‘fit’ in with what I tend to write about. I had explained briefly […]
It was mere weeks after Ethans diagnosis (Hunter Syndrome) when I was asked to come in to speak with a genetic counsellor and to have my bloods taken. My blood test would determine whether or not I had given Ethan a rare […]
I have been asked many times from strangers to social workers–“How do you guys deal with Ethan getting older ?” Here is a very honest answer. Ethan had a birthday this past week. A milestone birthday. A birthday that marks so much […]
I am not fit. My idea of exercise is chasing Ethan. When Ethan is at school I chase baby D. Chasing baby D is what I imagine chasing a drunk man walking on a tight rope would be like, you don’t want […]