The scourge of skin cancer in Australia Skin cancer is a devastating reality of life in Australia. We have one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world. According to Sun Smart Victoria, 2 in 3 of us will be diagnosed with a form of skin cancer by the age of 70, and skin cancers account for more […]
There’s a baby who knows that all slides are pure gold, and she’s climbing a stairway to heaven… Hannah loves a good slide. She has done so ever since she was first introduced to them on our trip to Queensland. Since that first time, her mobility has developed to the point where she can navigate her way up steps, over […]
I’ll be honest, moments of madness are not uncommon from me. However, I would like to think I’ve been fairly rock-solid in the decisions I’ve made around Hannah over the past year. Yesterday, that all changed. I threw caution to the wind, then immediately regretted my decision.
The world is full of people with unimaginable talents. People who seem to be capable of super-human feats, who push their minds and bodies to the very boundaries of human achievement. Most of us look up to these people as heroes, idols. We even lump god-like status on them. We wonder how they came to be so fortunate as to […]
My little girl, Hannah, will soon be eleven months old. The last time I wrote specifically about her development was in 8 Months Old and Taking On The World. Back then I was blown away by the explosion in development, seemingly overnight sometimes. I marvelled at her new-found ability to move with purpose.
Australia is a beautiful country. There’s nowhere else I’d rather live. But with its beauty comes certain risks.