Ask Me His Name #BLAW2018

Today’s post is a little shout out to Elle Wright, author of the book Ask Me His Name.


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A HUGE thank you to each and every one of you who has already pre-ordered my book #AskMeHisName 💙 So, I’ll be honest, there’s been a change of plan…. • • COMING ATCHA’ 6th SEPTEMBER (that’s a whole TWO WEEKS earlier than planned!) I think it’s fair to say that the reaction has been completely overwhelming and I’m really glad that other people feel there’s a place for this book in their hearts and homes. I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t terrified about the thought of everyone reading it, but I also want to thank a few very special ladies who already have and have taken the time to say such wonderful things…. @joolsoliver @mrsgifletcher @sketchymuma @theunmumsymum @mrs_izzyjudd @marinacefogle 🙌🏼❤️🙌🏼❤️🙌🏼❤️🙌🏼❤️ Thank you for reassuring me that writing this was the right thing to do. I hope you all enjoy it too (Two weeks earlier than you would have🤷🏼‍♀️😉) #askmehisname #sheonlywentandwroteabook #teddyslegacy #publicationdate #featheringtheemptynest

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Baby Loss Awareness Week 2018


I am 1 in 4. I suffered recurrent miscarriage in silence… Miscarriage, stillbirth and infant loss affects so many of us and yet we do not speak about it. Why? Why in 2018 is this still taboo? October is baby loss awareness month so please, let’s get talking!!


I posted the above on my personal Facebook page a few days ago and I was overwhelmed by the response. Lots of other women also saying that they too were 1 in 4, with empathetic words for me. It proved to me that there is  a myriad of women wanting to discuss this issue, to lift this taboo.

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