Hold a grieving hand

You can't take people's grief away but you can help them process what they're going through. After experiencing a missed miscarriage, I struggle to cope with my own feelings sometimes so I can't expect others to know how to deal with them too but I have been extremely lucky with the support around me and... Continue Reading →

You were there

I was happy, you were there I was broken, you were there I needed to talk, you were there I felt alone, you were there I craved comfort, you were there I wanted to laugh, you were there When I celebrated, you were there When I asked for help, you were there You've always been... Continue Reading →

Making a house a home

Over the years my husband and I have lived together in three different accommodations. We started off in his bachelor pad, a one bed maisonette, in which I gradually moved myself into over the first six months and just never left... He bought this flat a few months before we met, rather run down and... Continue Reading →

When our mini met Minnie

For nearly ten years I tried to drag my mans arse to Disneyland but there was always the excuse of a tropical destination in our way. Having Smeckle, gave me the ultimate bate to make it happen! We actually booked it up as our babymoon just after we found out I was pregnant with Smeckle... Continue Reading →

Chasing a rainbow

Having a baby was always in our plans and after having such a lovely first pregnancy which resulted in our beautiful, healthy daughter, wanting another to complete our little family was too easy a decision to make. Now, after the trauma and heartache of losing our second child, comes the time to decide whether we... Continue Reading →

I found a man

I found a man and he saved me He took a broken girl and set her free I found a man who nurtured my pain He gave every reason to live again I found a man who made me strong He held me high so I could carry on I found a man and he... Continue Reading →

Seeing red

One small patch of red was the devastating start I tried to stay strong but I knew in my heart Then after the scan the red really did flow But despite the agony, my body couldn't let go Three weeks of red and we were still holding on Then I was put to sleep until... Continue Reading →


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