This month has been mostly about trying to get back to normal routines again. We’re not quite back to normality yet – snow days and viruses have thrown us out of kilter a bit, but we’re getting there. It was nice in some ways to have almost a week of… View Post

Me and Mine – February 2018

Me and Mine – February 2018

This month feels like it has been all about returning to normality again. It has been wonderful to see how well Jessica has recovered from her surgery. Her sats so far have been fairly similar to her pre-op levels but I think her colour is better and she seems to… View Post

Siblings – February 2018

Siblings – February 2018

It’s been lovely being able to spend so much time with both my girls at home over the last few weeks. We’ve been in our own little post-surgery bubble at home as Jessica recovers, venturing out just for the preschool run or to pop to the shops at first, and… View Post

Me and Mine – January 2018

Me and Mine – January 2018

January has been quite a month for us as a family. We started off the month with Jessica still on the intensive care unit following her heart surgery; were reunited with Sophie 11 days into the New Year once Jessica was back in a “normal” bay on the ward and… View Post

Siblings – January 2018

Siblings – January 2018

There was a point earlier this month where I wondered whether my siblings photo for January would have to be a photo of my girls talking together via FaceTime. With Jessica being in hospital recovering from heart surgery and Sophie having an extended sleepover at Nanny’s, my girls were separated… View Post

Me and Mine – December 2017

Me and Mine – December 2017

At the start of the new year, I always make the same wish. A wish to end the year with my family still complete. It’s something that I have spent the last few months praying hard for. Knowing that we had one big hurdle before the end of 2017: another… View Post

Siblings – December 2017

Siblings – December 2017

One of the things I love most about watching my girls together is seeing how they disappear into their own little make-believe world together. They both love small world play and it’s clear that they are now very much equal partners in creating imaginary scenarios and playing together. They are… View Post