You know the movie scene. It's a cold night. It's usually snowing, possibly Christmas. There's a lone person standing outside looking in through a window. They are looking at a family by the fire having fun and laughing. I've felt like this over the last two years, like I'm on the outside of it all... Continue Reading →
Little Man’s CT Scan Today
Today I had to hold my son very tightly while he had a little mask put on his face to put him to sleep under general anaesthetic. He needed to have a CT scan. This is to help the cardiologists prepare and plan for the next open heart surgery. The photo was taken in the... Continue Reading →
Planning a holiday with CHD ain’t that simple
Are you planning a holiday for your family? We have been thinking about it but after advice from our Cardiac Liason Nurse, we realise taking an overseas holiday at this time just isn't that simple. Living with a Congenital Heart Defect really does mean there is a lot more to consider & some things may have to be sacrificed for now.
Heart Month: Diagnosis day – the day we became CHD parent’s
February is Heart Month, a time to raise awareness of all things heart. Our journey started the day we became CHD parent's, which was the day we got his diagnosis. My faith had been rocked after having a miscarriage and now it was being tested again.