Poppy’s Funeral 12th Oct 2011

We were picked up at 10:30 am by the following car, with Poppy in front in a one off car made for the funeral directors from a London Black Cab.  Her flowers were beautiful.  We drove to the chapel where our guests were waiting for us outside and just as the Celebrant arrived.  We were early as the traffic had been kind to us, so I took the time to take some pictures of Poppy in the car with all her flowers.  The guests were then ushered inside to Joe McElderry’s version of Over the Rainbow. More


My lost daughter, forever in my heart

On Thursday the 8th of September 2011 at 6pm, at only 19+3 weeks pregnant, my waters broke at home.  Scared I called the hospital who told me to come straight in.  I phoned my Doula who arrived within half an hour to take me to hospital where I was examined to confirm that it was in fact amniotic fluid.  I was transferred up to the maternity unit where I was seen by the on duty registrar to explain the situation to me. More

My special needs child is amazing because…

  My special needs child is amazing because even when mummy is pushing a tube down her nose, past her gag reflex, makes her choke, gives her a nose          bleed…..she still gives me the biggest widest smile once it’s all over, and stares in to my eyes with her beautiful big steely green eyes with adoration and love.   More

Gastrostomy and Barium Swallow

Well Ronnie is now 6 months old and the worst fears of brain damage have been put aside (for now). Though she still cannot feed and has her NG tube in, she is developing as any other normal 6 month old. More

The story so far of my new baby.

So little Rowanna was born after I was induced 2 weeks early on the 10th December 2010 weighing 9lb and 13oz.  She was induced early due to my diabetes and her growing too big.   More

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