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

Cheated by death… again
Arjun did not die ( this time). He fought through and survived, but not for long. I think we had lulled ourselves  into a false sense of security again, he had recovered, he always recovers… 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

Mummy is Sick
When mummy is sick who looks after her? In the most it is nobody, but that said I am lucky that I have my husband, who despite his lack of culinary skills can make 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