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The battle of the Sides, Mom vs Work

I titled this blog Mom on the Side as a reference to the almost schizophrenic existence that most working mothers have to lead running between the office and home but also to highlight my role with Chelsea, the Mom on the side of the bed, … Continue reading

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the page turned and now it seems anything is possible

All we’ve ever wanted, a simple device that could help her turn the page. For the last 6 years, one of the most frequent things Chelsea has said is “Next Page”. Reading is one of the main pleasures in her … Continue reading

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Word of the Day: infantilize

I am not sure if I  had ever used or heard the word infantilize in a general conversation until last week and then suddenly it was the ‘word de jour”, as teachers and bloggers bemoaned the tendency of others to … Continue reading

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the art in the wheels

 great picture of the wheels on Chelsea’s wheelchair from the painting session today.  Thanks to Ms Mac.   “when you can’t hold a brush in your hands mouth or feet, just use your wheels and dance” Paintability 2013  

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Straits Times, page B6 – 17th July 2013

Some great publicity today in advance of the Dreamcatchers event on Friday at Sculpture Square.  Getting some great feedback on my facebook page for the paintings which we loved but it is always good when other people like your work too. Can’t … Continue reading

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One photoshoot and I’m done

Total respect to those that do this sort of thing every day – even or maybe especially the Kardashians.  But I know now, even if I didn’t before that I couldn’t be famous, if this is what it involves. Chelsea … Continue reading

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Downton Bear

Chelsea and her Downton Bear from the RMHC Charity fundraiser – she chose this bear as it reminded her of Lady Grantham… read more at her blog

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