Who am I? My name is Abigail Burton, I am 29. My husband, Luke and I have been married for nearly 9 years. Our children are Shane 7, Matthew who was 5, Mackenzie 3 & Baby Burton who would be 1. I was a happily running a bookkeeping practice from home. Unfortunately, I had to … Continue reading Why A Blog? – About Us
It's possible that I would have a greater chance of having abbreviated grief. If I my grief definition was or is: abbreviated- it is still a painful process
Ultimately respite for special needs children means someone else will take over caring for your child so you can take a well deserved break from caring responsibilities. The saying 'It takes a village to raise a child' is even more true for a special needs child.
As the parent of a child with a life-limiting illness, there are so many different ways to approach healthy living. Are we doing enough to be there always?
Supporting grief for children, especially your own children is hard-work. Children see death differently, depending on their age.
The family budget: Today I invited Heather Cox, to share some of her tips and tricks. Heather & Arianna Cox Heather is Mum to two beautiful girls, including Ari who has Sotos Syndrome a rare genetic condition. She started Arianna's Army and is one of the founding members of the Sotos Syndrome Australasia Association. Managing … Continue reading Managing a Family Budget as a Parent of a Child with a Disability
What would I tell myself at the beginning as a parent of a child with special needs? I wouldn't. I might handover a booklet to read when I was ready.