For my whole professional life, I have felt at home in hospitals. I have been a unit secretary, a clinical technician and a registered nurse in many different clinical settings over the last 12 years -- always feeling that I was at home in my work environment and with co-workers that were family. Recently though, I experienced a foreign feeling -- I felt lost within the walls of a hospital.
Have you just had your HOW DOES THAT HAPPEN moment? Have you ever had one? Have you ever wondered what happens next?
Image: Sydney Morning Herald We haven't slept in three years. Now, I don't want to sound like I'm complaining but let's face it, I want to. And if you're reading this, you can probably relate to what I'm about to talk about. Can you remember the last time that you slept a full night? Do… Continue reading We Haven’t Slept in Three Years
In the first year of Jack and Emma's lives, we took a lot of walks. Walks are VERY important in those months, mostly because movement and change of scenery provides a very tired set of parents a much needed respite from all the crying. And of course, fresh air. It's a blissful, silent few minutes… Continue reading “Most People Start With One…”
It was my belief early on that the first year is the hardest. If you can survive 12 months of being twin parents, it's bound to get easier! It's all downhill from here! Smooth sailing once they hit 12 months! WRONG. I hate to be the one to break it to you, but it's not… Continue reading “I’m tired… You tired?”