It’s easy to allow someone else to write your story, especially when we have failed or made a mistake that we can’t take back. A bad perception held by another can easily crush any good feelings we have about ourselves. Yet no one can take your smile without your permission. It’s really important to still … Continue reading Write your own story
True connections are as rare as they are beautiful. You know who they are. They are like a song in your heart that you can’t stop singing. Sometimes you meet someone that is so inexplicably incredible, who makes your heart hum with excitement, that it feels as if they must have been delivered to you … Continue reading True connections
I did something the other day that I hadn’t done in a long time. I put on a top that I wore a few times when I was pregnant with my first son. That might sound strange but my pregnancy ended with me and my tiny baby being very ill. My son was birthed at … Continue reading Fresh start
I didn’t want to organise a big celebration for my 40th birthday because the absence of my son and any other baby for that matter was just too much to bear. As evidence would suggest, by age 40 your biological clock has long started to lose it’s battery and if you have lady parts and … Continue reading 40 candles
To the beautiful mother’s without their babies in their arms, I want you to know how incredible you are. I know how hard the days are for you and how you grieve. I know how your body betrayed you and about your fractured heart. I know the hurt hidden behind your smile and the pain … Continue reading Mother’s Day
I thought it would be a good idea to gather a group of close friends for dinner to celebrate Christmas. What the hell was I thinking that for? My tiny baby boy had died only 4 weeks earlier. Maybe I wanted everyone to see that I was alive and ok, not sure. The first indication … Continue reading Christmas 2014
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