I kinda had an altercation with the staff from MacDonald’s last Saturday. And it sucks. Let me bring you along my thought process that faithful morning. The big children were bummed that school is resuming and mock exams are starting so they asked if I could bring them to Mac for breakfast.. I haven’t had… Read More He is Special Needs
Irony + bullshit! I went to register Aaron in the Church’s childcare for 2020 Nursery programme.. without any success. Why?? Because I know, he is not ready. Then why did I still go? Because I wanted to keep all options open for him. He is non verbal, he also cannot follow instructions, he has very… Read More Mummy, you must let go..
https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/pope-francis-abortion-is-never-the-answer-91636 I was reading the article which was saying that abortion of babies with diagnosis of terminal illnesses is not a good reason for abortion. When I got Aaron’s diagnosis, the first thing the geneticist was asking if I wanted more kids and how the x-linked genetic problem will affect my current and future children… Read More If I had a choice
8 long months after we did the Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) test, and the results are out.. To save you from having to google.. let me summarize it for you. More like I just extracted it wholesale from a Yahoo Support Group.. ATR-X Syndrome is an inheritable condition which affects only boys. The effects of the… Read More Alpha-thalassemia x-linked intellectual disability Syndrome
It has been particularly hard.. remember the Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) test we took in May? The results are ready but my heart is not ready to face it. So I postponed the appointment which was supposed to be on 2nd Oct to 30th Oct.. Why you might think especially since I have been patiently waiting… Read More Gloomy
My heart melted and broke because of a little boy, Aaron. He was meant to complete our family, our hopes were for him to be the spoilt little child, loved endlessly by his siblings, the bright light and joy of our lives. Bring us all solace and unite or family.. sounds very fairy tale-y right?… Read More My Broken Heart 💔
Aaron is turning 2 middle of this month. It calls for a celebration. As usual, an intimate one with family members and we are heading to Bintan for a short getaway. I have even booked a little photoshoot while we are there. This year has been even more trying that the last.. we spent a… Read More Approaching 2..
Aaron started school 4 weeks ago. He has been doing great! Not great like he can speak, answer, listen to instructions, but he is slowly getting into the routine and is very compliant. He knows what to do when he gets to the snack table, he knows when he sees the apron he has to… Read More Rainbow & Sunshine
A child’s milestones is always exciting. Their first smile, their first flip, their first step, their first time sleeping thru the night and of course, their first day of school. Aaron is starting school at Rainbow Centre on 3 July. Let me give you some history on how we got here.. His geneticist and neurologist… Read More When the emo gets in the way..
Ok, so his hearing on the right is not perfect. The drs called it “mild hearing loss”.. his left ear is alright. So.. here comes my drama… You see, they kinda decided that it is a mockery to fit hearing aids for a child with ONLY mild hearing loss. In their logic, mild is as… Read More Hearing Thing..