Patient Day of Action 25/03/2017 When I found out about this campaign, I was so happy, yet quite upset. I cannot imagine how much money hubby and I would have spent had it not been for our access to NHS Funding. To find out that there have and will continue to be cuts to this … Continue reading Patient Day of Action
I recently came across an Instagram page @carrythequiver after the owner liked one of my posts. After sharing my testimony at church on New Year's Eve, I began thinking about my IVF journey, infertility and how the men were coping. I had never before taken the time to really think about men going through the … Continue reading What about the men?
30/11/16, my mums birthday, my world changed for the better. We became three- a family, a unit, our testimony was birthed! As we made our way to the routine appointment scheduled with the consultant on the Monday, we discussed our excitement at seeing our boy on the screen again. You see, we had become … Continue reading 33+4=301116
Some time ago, I wrote a post titled 'We're expecting' and received messages of congratulations from people who saw the title but had not read the post. I guess it was kinda misleading but I promise it wasn't my intention.😊 So, for most of you, you know that we are actually expecting- finally! I've had … Continue reading We’re Expecting pt2
A date for the diary … whether you’re in London, Lagos or Rio De Janerio! Mrs Busari founded Prayer & Share earlier in the year - a time where ladies get together to pray, fellowship and share their favourite food dish. The event had to be cancelled due to the birth of Baby Josiah, but … Continue reading PRAYER & SHARE: MORNING TRIUMPHS LAUNCH
This is a different type of post as I have included some videos too! During the process, I decided to video some of my thoughts. I wasn't quite sure what I'd do with the content but, it felt right at the time. I didn't get a chance to do any editing as … Continue reading Cycle 3
Yesterday, I was going over some of the conversations/encounters I had had with many aunty's and thought I'd share a few. Now, when I say aunty, I'm not necessarily referring to a blood relative. In the Nigerian and many other African, Caribbean and Asian cultures, you do not call someone who is older than (like … Continue reading Conversations with my Nigerian aunty’s
I don't think anyone ever gets over the loss of a loved one. At 7 weeks and 5 days, many people would refer to my baby as an embryo, but to me, he or she was my baby- a human being. God tells us that He knew us before we were formed in our mother's … Continue reading Will I meet you someday?