The Emotional Part Of Being A Mummy


Emma4facs

Erin is 5. She has always been loud, bubbly, cheeky…..a fab little girl. We never saw the signs of her having trouble with her hearing. She never complained of her ears being sore, she  would never be picking or prodding them. She would often ask questions again but Erin being the cheeky little girl she is, we presumed she was messing about.  Having been told this week she is practically deaf has really come as a devastating blow.  I remember when we were told Lauren had Cerebral Palsy, I was shell shocked, it feels the same this time round.  Within the space of a couple of months she has gone from being vibrant and happy to withdrawn, teary and frustrated. “Mum, my ears won’t let me hear”   How do you answer such a question?? The Truth is at the time I couldn’t.  Even though we have been told she will…

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