SO many people have said over the last few weeks that fighting for basic care for your sick child is a fight you shouldn’t have to do. But the more we walk this path the more we realise how little the medical sector know and will do for Trisomy 18 babies. Their research is often outdated, their experience with it minimal. Take for example the specialist we saw today, in… View Post

As we left Cornwall last week Naths Mum handed me a bag with this beautiful hand stitched blanket. I LOVE IT!!!! If you wonder why the crazy colours? its what I chose 🙂 (I know I have taste haha) I love bright colours and from finding out we were expecting I mentioned how i’d love an orange and turquoise blanket for the baby I absolutely love it, its so cool… View Post

After the devo meeting we had had on Tuesday I woke up Wednesday and just felt it wasn’t right. Life is for living, not left to die “comfortably” without doing anything as they were suggesting. We are very religious and believe in the sanctity of life. We know God is the one that gives and takes life and by not even trying to sustain her life or assist her fight… View Post

Having gone through 2 deliveries already, I felt I was becoming an expert on making a birth plan. Both were very different experiences; Ethan an early induction ending in an emergency section and Megs a natural hospital delivery, needing vontuse at the end = 3rd degree tear! This time I planned a home birth and to go with the flow. What I learnt was babies have their own agenda, rarely… View Post