A few years ago I wrote a couple of blog posts about Rosie being diagnosed with Mitochondrial Complex 1 deficiency. It was a bitter blow followed by a total miracle.
Over the last few years there have been big questions about how … More Rosie in the medical history books
I made a quick call to Iain and Rosie in the morning to say my last goodbye for a while as I didn’t know when I would be able to get signal again. 27 slightly anxious people, most of us strangers, all gathered in the reception … More Mt. Kilimanjaro Part 2 : Machame Gate to Shira Cave Camp
Back in June 2016 and after a few months patiently waiting, Rosie finally had her first try in a Wizzybug.
A Wizzybug is an absolutely ingenious powered wheelchair invention that enables children under five who are unable to get around by themselves the chance to gain independence, play, move and have fun. … More Wizzybuggin’
We’ve been spending a lot of time recently on Rosie’s communication and she’s now a real chatterbox – there’s no stopping her!
She listens so intently, watching our mouths move and … More What are our names?!