So I came across this article
Courtesy of Still Standing Magazine, so I thought I would have a go.
We all know I like a mini challenge or two.
The article brings something interesting, and something I can relate to.
Being “The Baby Loss Mum” it separates you from normal parents, not just physically being seen
“she’s the one who lost a child” But for me being an outsider looking in, “Why aren’t people wanting full term births?” “Why aren’t they taking proper care of themselves?”
You can only raise awareness to those who want to be aware.
Being a bereaved parent you kind of forget who you are.
Should I smile, should I cry?
So this little project to be shared within the community.
10 Things About You
1.Where were you born and where do you live?
Well, I live in South Somerset in the UK and I was born in Exeter Devon.
2. What is your favourite food?
This I cannot decide so easily, ask anyone who truly knows me, they will tell you I like revolting combinations, Cauliflower Cheese and Custard!
But officially I would have to say Roast Lunch.
3. What is a strange fact about me?
I have slightly webbed toes!
4. If you could have dinner with anyone in the world, who would it be?
Aside from the obviously family and friends, would either be Hugh Laurie or JK Rowling!
I would love to know how she writes and have a family, where my head turns to mush in no time at all!!
5. What are you reading now?
Well I am bouncing between three, The Hobbit and Lupus Animus (A collection with a piece in by my husband!) And Empty Arms, a gift from a friend when I wasn’t feeling particularly great.
6. What is your favourite Colour?
Pink! Although I am also drawn to yellow for our spring baby.
7. Your Favourite Book?
Alice In Wonderland, love everything to do with this book.
Writer, I have found a love in writing, something I can get lost in.
9. Most amazing day of your life?
Aside from the children being born, it would be my husband proposing to me, torrential rain, was the most romantic thing I felt so amazing.
10. Favourite Music?
Sara Ramierez’ version of The Story
I Am Still Standing in Memory of Melody Caitlyn