Blog Posts about our parenting journey following our children’s births

Helping a child prepare for an MRI

By Bianca Johnson / November 4, 2022

Ayla’s Story Ayla has unexplained epilepsy. She had her first seizure around 8 months and has been on medication since she was 10 months old. With her current meds her seizures are controlled, and she’s only had a handful of seizures this year. Ayla had her first MRI when she was 10 months old. I…

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Rainbow babies and cloth nappies.

By Bianca Johnson / August 10, 2020

So as it turns out my two children are both rainbow babies. The babies born after miscarriages. The Rainbow of Hope that comes out of the Storm, as the quote I posted near the beginning of my journey said. As such they have both spent most of their babyhoods in rainbow outfits and I pretty…

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Christmas: Expectation vs Reality

By Bianca Johnson / December 17, 2017

Tonight we took Kyle and Ayla on a family outing to the Botanic Gardens Trail of Lights. As the day progressed I was getting as excited as my darling little three year old firecracker. Memories flooded back to me of going to the Wemmer Pan lights as a child. Wandering through the displays, looking at…

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The past 6 months

By Bianca Johnson / November 18, 2014

I can’t believe how bad I am at blogging! Kyle will be 6 months old next week, so clearly I have been very, very busy. Life with a baby is so different, than it was before. Even having au paired and nannied for 4 years, hasn’t prepared me for what life is like when the…

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“Mommy, Somebody Needs You.”

By Bianca Johnson / March 5, 2014

After a particularly tough couple of nights, with little sleep before BSquirt is even here, I am going to take this post to heart and make sure that I enjoy every tiring, exhausting minute of the next few years. Because as this post states – the time will pass way too quickly. The Huffpost Article…

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