Potty Training with a Disability

I know what you’re thinking! Blimey, if Fi isn’t banging on about Changing Places she’ll find someway to discuss toilets in any way, shape or form haha. Serious though, do not waste money on toiletries for me for Christmas, pun intended! So amidst the Potty Training chaos our family has catapulted into head first now with my youngest Ava, while she sat watching Peppa Pig in the living room – all naturale…it came to me. I needed to do a blog post on how to handle Potty Training with a Disability, as yet again when I needed such a blog … Continue reading Potty Training with a Disability

A Guide to Exploring London as a Mum in a Wheelchair ♿

On 12th October 2018 we headed on the train from Manchester to London as a family for the National Muscular Dystrophy UK Conference, where I was appearing on a panel of incredible individuals – Lucy Watts MBE and Jamie Hale, to encourage others to (as the panel discussion title implies) – “Live the Life You Want.” Look out for a future blog on the MDUKConf18 After a long day speaking and mingling, we decided to make the most of our free evening before heading back home to a dreary Bolton, Manchester the following morning. Although blogging and guest speaking ventures have … Continue reading A Guide to Exploring London as a Mum in a Wheelchair ♿

The Sunshine Blogger Award

Thank you to Holly for nominating me for The Sunshine Blogger Award, an award I didn’t even know existed until I was tagged by the lovely blogger of ‘Life Of A Blind Girl.’ Such a wonderful idea to help readers better get to know you and support your friends! 1. What’s your favourite thing about blogging? Tacking diverse topics that I’m really passionate about. Creating awareness like when I decided not to feel ashamed anymore about that fact I experienced domestic abuse in a past relationship, somehow finding the courage to talk about it finally, instead of it being this … Continue reading The Sunshine Blogger Award