Surrender daringly to the notion of messy play

What comes to mind when you hear ‘messy play’? Sick in your stomach? Excited? Indifferent? There is always a range of responses whenever I speak on this topic in MOPS groups. In the day-to-day activities that come with parenthood, messy play may be a blip on your radar that you haven’t even considered before. Continue reading “Surrender daringly to the notion of messy play”

When my husband had cancer…

I’m not sure there is anything that can prepare you for delivering heartbreaking news to your children. It was November 2011 and I knew there was something very wrong with Jason, my husband. I had been joking around for two weeks telling him he probably had leukaemia, never dreaming that it could be possible.  Continue reading “When my husband had cancer…”