Perhaps you know us, but don’t like to ask too many questions. Perhaps you’re afraid of saying the wrong thing, or of upsetting us. Please don’t be. I think most families take comfort in you enquiring after the health of their child (or children) with CF, in our case our […]
Tuesdays. We love Tuesdays. Because every Tuesday me and Amy (now 7 months or 3.5 months corrected) go to the cinema with one of her Amyazing NICU roomies and her mummy. As mums, this is the most perfect date, we get to do something that stimulates us while our wee […]
My daughter is beautiful; she is a radiant being who emanates her inner joy and wears her heart on her sleeve. She is beyond compare. My breath regularly catches in my throat when I catch sight of her at random moments and am stunned by her, the way she holds […]
I really feel like I’ve been a good sport. When my son was diagnosed, I wept, I got angry, I sought out someone to blame, I felt awfully sorry for my son, my family and myself… but only for like, a week! Then I showered, bought some Este Lauder double-wear […]
Like many stay at home parents a significant part of my day is taken up with laundry. Sorting clothes, jamming them into the washing machine, sorting again, hanging on the line/clothes airer, putting some into the tumble dryer, sorting (yet again), folding, ironing and putting away. ‘Its not like you […]
Just follow these simple steps… Sit down Lie down Close your eyes Boil the kettle Attempt to eat or drink Whisper Make a phone call Look at Facebook Send a text Originally published at mummytimeweb.wordpress.com on September 11, 2016.