Are we Imposters in the Children’s hospice?
Martin House has become our safe haven. This time we visited was for respite and a review of his medication and his various’ paperwork’ so not really too taxing , however each time we make… View Full Post View Post

Summer Holidays with a Disabled Child and Siblings
How many times have we wanted to be on our own? We have wanted to spend time away from the kids and the other half? Many I’m sure. well, this weekend I did. I had… View Full Post View Post

Waiting for death
It was only a this time last year that I sat with Arjun in hospital after he had been rushed in from school; vomiting blood, the medical term being ‘coffee granules’. Why? Because when there is a… View Full Post View Post

Not another girl!
It’s not all about religion or culture but also about personal opinion. I remember the days we had our children, much like most mothers. It was filled with mixed emotions. It seemed that motherhood and… View Full Post View Post

Parenting through Palliative Care
There are occasions in everyone’s lives where you are forced to take difficult decisions, knowing that either choice maybe wrong and will leave a scar; neither choice is suitable. We have been forced to make… View Full Post View Post