Nurses play a big part in leg ulcer treatments. They are the people who do most of the work when caring for someone. It is the nurses job to change all the dressings and complete records about the patients. I think sometimes the nurses can get very over looked and people talk about wound care … Continue reading Top 5: How nurses have helped me.
My youngest officially has chicken pox. Thankfully my older two children have had them before so they are at a lower risk of getting them again. I thought I would write an info post to help parents that have children with chicken pox. Firstly I want to say that chicken pox is a contagious illness, … Continue reading Chicken pox: Info for parents.
This is the follow-up from my previous post about how clutter can effect your health. If you haven't read that post I will link it here. Living in an uncluttered home can make a huge difference to your life. For some people, they think living like this is impossible because their house has become so … Continue reading Decluttering tips: Combat your clutter
This is part 2 of my terrible two series. Today I want to talk to about the behaviours you may see if your child is going through the terrible twos. First I want to say that not all children go through the terrible twos, I have three children and only my youngest has gone through it, well … Continue reading How to surviving the terrible twos. Part 2
If you follow my blog you will pretty much be up to date with whats going on with my leg ulcer, treatment wise, if you haven't read it yet I have linked it here. However lifestyle wise I have hit a brick wall and don't know what to do. I physically cannot work because of being … Continue reading I don’t know what to do – Leg ulcer
Regular feature #3 This week I've had two major hospital appointments. I've had an appointment to see the Dermatologist on Tuesday and an appointment to see a Plastic surgeon today (Friday). Both appointments fell on days where Ella was at nursery, which was great pot luck. However when Ella came back from nursery on Monday, … Continue reading Leg ulcer update: Hospital appointments.
First I want to tell you a bit about my son Callum, he's my first-born and my only boy. He is not my husbands biological child. Me and his dad separated when he was 8 months old. When he was born I was only 17, I had a very supportive family and Callums dads family … Continue reading My son’s first girlfriend!
6am. I know she will be waking up soon, I know I will have to be in mum mode, I will have to try to push the pain to the back of my brain and hide how I'm feeling. What types of mother wakes up on a daily basis, wishing she didn't have to deal … Continue reading Parenting with chronic pain.
Many of you will know that I have three children Callum, Kira and Ella and this post was on my ideas list so when I heard the news that the Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant with her third royal baby, I thought now would be good time to write this post. There are a lot … Continue reading Two became Three : 10 Things that will change and challenge you.
If you follow my blog you will know I have three children which means I have already done the whole potty training thing twice before, but my third child is something else. she is showing all the right signs that she wants to start potty training but physically refuses to sit on the potty … Continue reading Potty training tips: From real mums.