Dottie turns 2! Not quite the celebration we expected but all is well now. The days are long but the years are short #lifethisweek
Here's an update on my prematurely born granddaughter Dottie for #SundayStills with pink as the theme. When she was a few weeks old she had a pink octopus!
Shout out Saturday is a place for you to share something or someone.This week it's all about World Prematurity Day, a new business in town, flowers and art. Who gets your shout out today?
This year the 11th Annual Walk for Prems had to go virtual and I changed it up even more by riding my bike instead of walking! Read on to see what this great cause is all about 🙂
Shout out Saturday is a place for you to share your favourite posts, best blogging buddies, good news stories or something you've read. This week we have NICU Awareness Month, Father's Day and Walk for Prems. Hope you can join in.
Dottie turns 1! Can you believe it? A grandmother's reflection on the year and Dottie's progress after being born prematurely at 25 weeks.
Does making your own book mean that it's a real book?
I happen to think my daughter is a wonder woman! Here are her thoughts on making friends with other mothers in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) as shared with Bliss UK. I'm so proud!
Another Friday rolls around - so it's time for 3 questions and some F words. How would you sum up your week?
What's a good F word to describe your week? It's time for Friday's 3 questions and get ready for some Dottie spam 🙂
It's Friday and you can insert your own F word to describe your week! Three questions answered. How would you respond?
It's Friday again, and time for three simple, yet complex, questions. How would you answer?
Three simple questions for you on another fun-filled Friday. How would you answer them? It's not as easy as it seems and makes you stop and think!
Three questions for you on this fabulous Friday.
Do you know the power of a pink octopus? I didn't know how important a crocheted octopus could be to a premature baby until just recently.
As I flew across the world to meet my newest and tiniest baby granddaughter, I wrote this story for her. She was born at 25 weeks and was called Wombat before she became Dottie. Enjoy!
I'm a Globetrotting Granny - here are some random thoughts from my recent month away. I'm easing my way back into blogging.
Taking on new challenges, like driving in city traffic, is just one of my newly acquired skills. Learning about life in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) has been a real education.
Read why I’m taking a blogging break - it’s all about family! I’ll be back soon 😊