Babies A difficult Post to Write in October


This is a difficult one to write for Blogtober17.  I could write how wonderful babies are (which they are) and why I would have more if I could.  However, as it is October I feel that I have to mention that it is Baby Loss Awareness Week next week.

I have written about this a few years ago, how I struggled with my own loss and my journey trying to conceive and finally being blessed with my true little miracle (who is now a bright, healthy 7-year-old.)

If you want to find out more then check out my posts:

Baby Loss Awareness

My Birth Choices

Breastfeeding, Co-Sleeping and Self Weaning

Menopause Embracing the Change – Premature Ovarian Failure

So I feel that I have run out of words to say about babies.  Yes, I would have loved a larger family and yes I am blessed to have two wonderful kids.  Yes, sometimes I wish things had been different.

However, I now have three wonderful furry babies who give me all the love and attention I need.  People in little fur coats!  Meet Molly, Charlie and Rosie….


…and not forgetting my little furry baby gone too soon.

Blogtober 2017

I’m joining in with Blogtober 2017, where UK bloggers are joining together to write a post every day in October.  Using daily prompts from Hex Mum Blog, the posts can be funny, insightful and thought-provoking.  You can read what everyone else is writing about by following the link below!



Join us tomorrow for Day 3 of Blogtober17 which has the theme of CAR!



Always interested in writing, reading and learning in general. I love the quirky and unusual! All thoughts are my own!

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11 Responses
  1. Clare Nicholas

    This prompt and time of year made me struggle too.
    But our losses brought about great friendships and did make us stronger people
    Lots of love

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