Covid Diaries: on a different path, entirely… #2

Rear View Mirror Now we’ve done nearly three months at home, surpassing even the length of the longest of longest school summer holiday, a veritable bench mark for parents, I know, being the mother of a child with special needs and a one year old discovering everything and anything, my endurance has definitely been tested. … Continue reading Covid Diaries: on a different path, entirely… #2

Covid-Diaries: on a different path. Entirely…

Whilst so much we recognise has vanished; much has been attained that we didn’t know we needed Writing an Instagram post yesterday, I mistakenly thought it was Tuesday and hashtagged the same (#itsonlyTuesday).  Turns out it was Wednesday, after all.  Life certainly has changed: the last time the days just lulled into one, long reel … Continue reading Covid-Diaries: on a different path. Entirely…

It’s going to be a big year (part 2): tears, fears and some bare-faced reality

On World Down’s Syndrome Day, where we all as a global community raise awareness, fly the flag and beat down perceptions, I think it is really important to be honest and portray the bumps in the road as well as the path itself.  I’ve always said that if I was back in that hospital room … Continue reading It’s going to be a big year (part 2): tears, fears and some bare-faced reality