DDH: A letter to all expectant parents, or those of you with newborns

Dear expectant parents, or those of you with newborns, I am sorry, I am that annoying woman, the one who wants to act like they know better than the health visitor, the one who always…

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Lets Hope: Standing on Knife’s Edge…

For over a week now my stomach has been gripped with anxiety and fear has been a constant companion.  As someone who isn’t known particularly to fret it is a curious sensation to be on…

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Operation Day: 12 months later…. (Hip Dysplasia survival)

Hip Dysplasia has not beaten us. Time is a curious thing. This time a year ago I was filled to the brim with anxiety, I paced the hospital corridors biting my nails waiting for my…

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#Silent Sunday

   

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A day in the life of a mum with diabetic and DDH kids (and twin boy!)

2am – Alarm rings like a strangled kitten, awake from sleep in a panic, drool slips from mouth edge and eyes show confusion.  Remember I need to test diabetic twin girls bloods. 2.05am – Stumble…

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