Posted by Ali Gibson on Friday, February 10, 2012,
I'd like to think that there is nothing I cannot do for my daughter and for the most part that is true....there is very rarely (to the point where I can't think of an example) a time when I have had to ask someone to take the reins because of me being unable to do something for Sarah. I have always been aware that the weather can emphasise my limitations - if it's really wet outdoors, controlling the speed of my chair on anything but a flat surface is tricky. To slow down my wheelchair I must...
Posted by Ali Gibson on Monday, June 7, 2010,
I never could have imagined that I would have been able to do so much with my little girl - I thought that being in a wheelchair would mean that I would spend a lot of time sitting on the sidelines watchiing while other people had the fun - NOT TRUE!! Thanks to my husband, I have been on fairground rides and on the trampoline in the back garden with Sarah recently. She clings on to me for safety and giggles without any inkling that I am trying to keep myself upright too!! It has been a wonder... Continue reading ...
Posted by Ali Gibson on Sunday, March 7, 2010,
Sarah's language skills are developing really well and at an alarming rate - she is stringing more words together to make a proper sentence now. For example "I want to sit on your lap Mummy please" and "I can't reach it" where it was only about a month ago that she was saying "Mummy lap" and "No reach it" respectively. There are many words and phrases that are still not developed fully and only we can disseminate what she's saying. I also learnt yesterday that although Sarah has a high le...