This post was written for Lapapo a community for parents who have children with additional needs. I feel like I could write 100 pages on how much I’ve become aware of our senses in the last 11 years since giving birth to our beautiful Lillie and then being a mum to her, Esmé and Jago.… Continue reading Oh hey senses!
The fist time I met Sarah she reminded me that I need to understand the faithfulness of God in a new way. Her ability to trust and have faith and still show an immense about of love to everyone she spends time with is a beautiful thing. Sarah chooses love where many could understandably choose… Continue reading Sarah, she’s a world changer
Vanessa has the incredible gift of meeting people exactly where they are with no judgement and no expectation. She allows women to be themselves and show them how much they are worth. She know where to find what you need and welcomes you in to her heart. She’s a world changer.
Ruth has had a positive impact on the way in which I parent. Her willingness to share the highs and lows and metaphorically kick me up the butt if I become self absorbed has and will continue to make me a better mum and person all round. She’s changed the world by who she is,… Continue reading Ruth, she’s a world changer
Nikki is an example of what it means to look out for others and love your neighbour. She is the person many people turn to when they have a need but she’s also one of the most proactive people I know who has the ability to plan evens like it’s putting the kettle on. She… Continue reading Nikki, she’s a world changer
Lisa is the first person you need to call in a crisis but the last person to ever ask for a thank you. She has enabled others to learn more about themselves through her honesty and love. She embraces new ideas and gives them energy while understanding the importance of slowing some of us down(!)… Continue reading Lisa, she’s a world changer
Chris has shown everyone around her what it truly means to love someone u conditionally. Her ability to reach out to others and offer what’s needed astounds me. She’s a world changer.”
Antoinette’s heart is bigger than anything I can imagine. Her heart for justice and ability to do something about injustice is an inspiration. I am so thankful for the imprint she leaves on my heart and the many others she encounters and also for he challenge that the way she chooses to live impacts my… Continue reading Antoinette, she’s a world changer
There’s a quote from Laurel Thather Ulrich that says “well behaved women seldom make history”. This is a quote that I have heard in so a many different contexts and even directed at myself and my girls! My biggest frustration with this quote when used out of context has been the presumption that if a… Continue reading Who makes your history book?
Warning: this post is from someone who is not a football fan and it’s not all about parenting an autist! Yesterday I went to my first football match in a very long time and I thought I’d write down some of my thought processes! 1. My husband is wonderful for sharing it with us. Me… Continue reading 10 things I thought in a 90 minute football match!