Posts Tagged ‘baby loss’

SANDS Memorial at the National Arboretum

We took a little road trip to Staffordshire earlier this week. I’d heard that there is a memorial to stillborn and neonatal death at the National Arboretum, and wanted to take a look. The National Arboretum is the country’s centre of remembrance. Many of the memorials focus on sacrifices made by servicemen and women during conflicts […] Read more…

Proud to be a First Touch Ambassador

My son Hugo was born at St George’s Hospital when I was just 24 weeks’ pregnant. I’ll forever be grateful for the care he received in the neonatal unit, so I was delighted to be asked to become an ambassador for the unit’s charity, First Touch. The unit (NNU) at St George’s cares for more than […] Read more…

Normal

For years, I thought I never wanted to be normal. To me, normal meant standard, average, what was expected. A bit boring, really. I liked being not normal. I liked being individual, a bit quirky. A taste in alternative music, films and books set me out from the crowd, as does my strange sense of humour. […] Read more…

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