It’s back. I never wanted to be here again but I guess its inevitable. It always comes back. Sooner or later it catches up. It does it slowly; subtly. It creeps in and takes hold of me. It’s, smarter than me and smarter than I’ll ever be. It’s hold is strong and unyielding, it doesn’t … More The darkness
It’s ok not to be ok. I’m sure you’ve all seen the posts circulating the internet today regarding World Mental Health Day. A day that is not only necessary, but crucial in todays world. It seems every other day we are hit with a story of another person taking their own life, and as devastating … More I’m not ok
Something I’ve known from the start would be that we would have to encounter Callie learning about “Daddy’s” and we would have to explain to her why she didn’t have one. What I didn’t expect to happen was for her to grasp the concept so quickly. I guess I should explain. Callie’s favourite book at … More The D Word
8 months… its been 8 months since I sat down and wrote. The break has not done me any favours, I will try not to leave it so long again. It’s not that I’ve had nothing to write about, quite the opposite actually. I think I’ve been avoiding it, avoiding facing up to whats been … More CBT, easy as 123?
I’ve started to realise one thing about myself. The only way I ever seem to truly be able to move on from something or start to really understand it is to write it all down. It’s not going to be easy I know but I need this, if only to get a break from my … More An Unwanted Guest
One of the first things I searched high and low for when we found out we were going to be Mummies was a baby book. Not that big a deal you may think, just pick your favourite and off you go! Wrong. As a same-sex couple it was impossible to find a baby book that … More The Baby Files – Review
I’m sure some of you saw the picture I shared a few nights ago, for those of you that didn’t, here it is. It’s got me thinking a lot about the world we’ve brought Callie into, and it makes me sad. Not for Callie, but for those people who genuinely believe that gay people are … More She needs me to be proud