Tag Archives: mum

Kids Say The Strangest Things!

We all know that some strange stuff comes from the mouths of children. From the complete randomness that they sometimes spout, to the oddly empathetic stuff that makes you think they must be wise beyond their years. Yesterday, Eden said … Continue reading

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A Doctor Visit.

It’s easy to get carried away in the world of social media. You can choose to show whatever side you wish – or a totally made up persona. Very rarely do people tell one hundred percent of their story. It’s … Continue reading

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Being Mum Without Mum

This is a post that’s been playing on my mind for a little while. I’ve always thought that when you have kids, you become very reliant on your own parents for advice, guidance and help. I’ve always heard that having a … Continue reading

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Remembering Mum

Sunday (19th April) was eight years since my mother passed away as a result of ovarian cancer. I didn’t have the energy to write about it on the day as I was still processing my thoughts. Amy and I had … Continue reading

Posted in 2015, cancer, family, God, mother, mothers, ovarian cancer, parents, relationship, women | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

Happy Birthday Mum

Today my lovely mum would have been fifty. Unfortunately, she is not here to celebrate her birthday. Every year I have a good think about this, and this year is no different. However I’ve been working on something to help pay … Continue reading

Posted in 2014, cancer, misdiagnosis, mother, mothers, mum | Tagged , , , | 4 Comments

My BodyUNashamed Post!

I recently signed up to take part in the BodyUNashamed challenge, set up by blogger and journalist Penny Fordham. As part of this challenge I was paired up with another blogger, the point being that I needed to pick three … Continue reading

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