Posts Tagged ‘HELLP syndrome’

The Pram

You’d have loved the pram I had chosen for you, Hugo. Mummy and Daddy had been trying for you for more than two years. We were over the moon and so excited when we knew you were in my tummy. Mummy spent lots of her spare time looking up things about pregnancy, what you were […] Read more…

Finding purpose after Hugo

I am a childless mother. My only child – my son, Hugo, died earlier this year at the age of 35 days. I am heartbroken. Lost. Disconnected from the rest of the world. People have been wonderful, but it’s impossible for the majority of them to know how Martin and I feel to have lost a […] 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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