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A feeling just washed over me,

A feeling I cannot explain,

That everything is how it is meant to be,

I need to let go of the pain, 50 more words

Evolution And Spirit Poems

When 2 became 3. A birth story.

I love reading birth stories, I read so many when I was expecting my first.  Everyone’s experiences are all so different.  Both my labours although fairly similar were also different in many ways.  1,150 more words


Famous & Infamous Births & Deaths - 24th February

Today’s posting is another light(ish) one and we start with, Ippolito Aldobrandini or Pope Clement VIII who started to rise through the ranks from 1536. Younger brother of German folklore tale writing duo the Brothers Grimm, Wilhelm Carl Grimm found birth anything but in 1786. 530 more words

Tragedy and horror

Not many pics with this update, sorry, but the ones towards the bottom might offend.

The day after Richard’s wedding in autumn, Peter died.

He had long before reached the top of the medical career as chief of staff and was 73 when death came for him. 408 more words


A little ray of sunshine has come into the world.

Barry and I welcomed the most delightful blue-eyed baby girl into the world on 14 March, 2000 at Stoke Mandeville Hospital as Abba’s ‘Dancing Queen’ played in the background. 178 more words


Give This Lady a Medal

Now I may let my “crunchy mama” side show for just a second here…

I work in little baby boutique and it comes with some great perks. 427 more words


Finding Relief With A Chiropractor

The aches and pains of pregnancy are a real thing.  The nausea and exhaustion catch up with us quickly. Our bodies are made to do this work of growing a baby and yet sometimes the physiological and endocrinological changes that we go through can really wear on us.  374 more words