“The days are long but the years are short”

Someone, I can't remember who, recently said this to me and boy did it strike a chord. Nash turned two today and I can't for the life of me think where those few years have gone. Being a stay-at-home parent the days can seem so long: the early mornings, the dog walks, the tantrums, the refusals … Continue reading “The days are long but the years are short”

Nystagmus Network

A short and sweet post to share this gem of a booklet produced by the Nystagmus Network: nystagmus-booklet-for-teachers-january-2017.  The Nystagmus Network is committed to distributing information about nystagmus, supporting the research into a potential treatment and raising awareness of the condition. I have learned more about Nystagmus in the past few months since I connected with this organization than … Continue reading Nystagmus Network

New technology for the visually impaired and blind.

I can't believe it is almost the end of February already. We made it though Valentines day unscathed and feeling happy. Life, children, marriage, puppies (gah!) are never perfect or easy, but I have been a pretty lucky lady this far. March brings us closer to Nash's second birthday, where has the time gone? It … Continue reading New technology for the visually impaired and blind.