>The Gallery – Week 60


Tara has set a beautiful theme this week, it comes in light of a fantastic lady Chris of Thinly Spread who is taking an inspiring trip to Mozambique this week with Save the Children, She has been invited along as part of their campaign to promote attention for the Global Vaccination Summit on June 13. The aim is to encourage the world’s leaders to plug the vaccination funding gap. They want a fair deal for children all over the world.

You can do your bit by signing the petition here, it takes just a minute, so go do it!!!

So The Gallery theme, well it is I’m Grateful For…

In light of the reason this theme was set this was an easy week for me, I am so thankful for the NHS and the care we have in this country, Grayson with his disabilities and medical conditions has spent much time in and out of hospital and would not be here today if it wasn’t for the NHS, we are so grateful for the help, care and support we receive as a family each week, from Paed’s to Physio to the NHS Nursery workers that make Grayson’s Wednesday and Fridays special.

Grayson at 2 days old in SCBU

I had to include a coupe of piccy’s to show this off.

Grayson at Nursery in the hospital, Jane being one of the few people I trust implecably

We are lucky enough to get all the tests needed to help Grayson, some are not so lucky

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Kara Janelle, Plus Size Blogging Mama. Vintage Lover, Interiors Obsessed, Chair Crazed, Collector of Much remembering to Smile as it is the 2nd best thing you can do with your mouth.

  • multiplemummy

    >An amazing heart felt post. I am so pleased to have found you blog. Going to have a little nose about now. What a brave little boy you have – I can't believe they do hospital gowns that tiny! x

  • this is us

    >This post made me realise how lucky I am to have 2 healthy children, in the day to day stuff it sometimes gets forgotten. What a cutie pie boy you have! Nat

  • Mummy and the Beastie

    >Grayson looks such a happy little boy and must be chuffed to have a little sister. I am glad you have had good experiences in the NHS, so often you hear bad things. Snap with the bib! 🙂 x

  • celebratingmums

    >Good to be reminded of what we do have in the UK. Hope the future is bright for you and yours on all fronts

  • julesey10

    >we are indeed very lucky with our healtcare in this country and I'm so glad your little angel gets all he needs in that regards. I'm sure he's grateful to have such a wonderful mummy who so obviously adores him. Love it. xx

  • Sarahmumof3

    >lovely post, the NHS as slated as they get do a wonderful job