Feeling nervous about flying with Ali and without the kids for the first time. Ever. Just going from Melbourne to Sydney for an early anniversary (10 years!) overnight but it still feels a bit scary. Also having left after they went to sleep last night to stay out closer to the airport at a family… Continue reading Take off and landing.
We had an epic dance party, complete with confetti and party hats. After our 'special' dinner we put on all of our favourite, danceable songs. Starting with Shut Up and Dance with Me. The kids were asleep by 8.30. They had a blast but have still been exhausted, both getting over 'Round 2: Coughs for… Continue reading Happy New Year 2016!
When Sebastian was just two he had an ambulatory EEG. He had to have a box with a bunch of wires which were attached to his head, sit on top of his head. Although they put gauze and tape on it, it kept falling off. This was our attempt at keeping it in place. Sebastian is… Continue reading Sebastian, Epilepsy, and the Firefly Garden
Honeymooning is Australia, Mait's Rest Rainforest walk. Taken from Australia Collection on flickr. And if you really want a gushy background story of how the Sharp's came to be, then take a blast to the past, in My Fairytale.
Here's a bit of history for you to bring you up to date before I head into the post about our recent visits to the nutritionist and gastro-ped specialist because I didn't really write about this stuff when it was happening. When Sebastian came home from the hospital he had an NG tube (a small… Continue reading The Story of Food, Sebastian’s Version
Every so often I come across an amazing story about someone with cerebral palsy doing something inspiring, innovative and just purely amazing. Recently I read about a man who climbed a mountain to raise money for a camp for the disabled. Awesome. Today, I'm going to tell you about two of the coolest cats I… Continue reading One Step at a Time
Sebastian's Granny and Pop (ali's parents) took us to the Werribee Open Range Zoo while we were in Australia. Animals there actually have the space to run around and live in a space akin to their own habitat, even among other animals. It's the closest thing to going on an African Safari without actually going… Continue reading Werribee Open Range Zoo