disclaimer I am Not a medical professional. Everything written in this post is from personal experience, what we’ve been told and a few resourceful web links (which I have listed at the end.) I was asked the other day whether I would write a post about hydrocephalus. I’ve thought about it for a long… Continue reading What is Hydrocephalus?
From my previous post, I explained about the frustration and anger at lack of communication and prolonged waits for appointments. Forgive me as this is going to be another long winded post… Back in early January, Rubeons eyes started to roll downwards. (Imagine what your eyes look like during REM sleep, it looked like that,… Continue reading Eye See You, or do I?
I need to vent out today. I’m feeling all kinds of lost and sad and I need to get it off my chest. This is the beginning of Rubeon’s life and the aftermath of his birth. As you know, my beautiful little smush Rubeon was born back in October. It wasn’t exactly the birth I… Continue reading Rubeons Story. Partly…
Hello all, sorry it’s been a bit quiet over here! I had planned to get back on track this year and get into the swing of writing on here but it hasn’t happened. Between hospital visits, a little monster permanently attached to my boobs and said monster not sleeping at night, I haven’t really had… Continue reading A Snow Day.
It’s been 10 months since Lily started beavers, and honestly I am so pleased she wanted to join! It’s been a fantastic learning experience for her already, and we’re not even a year in yet! Being part of Beavers has allowed Lily to explore and try new activities she probably otherwise wouldn’t have, and it… Continue reading Lily’s First Weekend Away.
One thing I love about the blogging world is there is constant praise and back patting from other bloggers – just because they can. Whether that’s a pat on the back to say “well done, great post!” or a share on social media, all I see is positivity from everyone, just because! There is no… Continue reading The Versatile Blogger Award!
Have you ever started something and wondered how on earth you were gonna stop doing it? This was my predicament I had with William and his bedtime bottle. Around 4 months old when I stopped breastfeeding, I really started cracking down on his bedtime routine, which included putting him in a sleeping bag and giving… Continue reading Giving up the bottle.