A Mother’s Diary – Introduction

I’ve been thinking about creating a little section on my blog, a diary of some sort. I want a space where I can offload and share whatever I’m thinking, my worries, the highs and lows as I watch Daisy grow up.

I plan on writing each entry as if I were talking to Daisy, Ewan or another family member. Maybe some friends too. But I will state at the top of each entry who I would be writing about/to.

I’m just going to go with the flow on this one so entries will be sporadic.

– Ami 💚

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Hey fellow superheroes! I'm Ami, I'm 24 and I live in Norfolk, UK. On my blog, UndercoverSuperhero, I openly talk about my recovery journey which stemmed from being in hospital and a specialist neurological rehabilitation centre for 9 months. I talk about how I maintain a positive mindset whilst coming to terms with my disability. I love superheroes, so much so that my partner and I are having a superhero themed wedding! I generally like to talk about anything and everything on my blog, I also have an ongoing series called "The Reality of..." which allows readers and bloggers to raise awareness of the disabilities, mental illnesses, chronic illnesses, impairments, that they live with as it is so important to raise awareness! Everybody has a voice! 💚

9 thoughts on “A Mother’s Diary – Introduction

  1. What a great idea Ami. Definitely do it. I think a section is good. I have come across some blogs strictly about motherhood with a disability and they were informative but your blog is already so interesting and varied that I think it will make a wonderful addition to what you already have. Hope you’re as well as possible.

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