One of the recurring themes of my journey through motherhood is of being different.
Parenting a child with a disability (cerebral palsy) and a neurotypical child, I am caught between two worlds. Thanks to these two tiny teachers, I have a complete experience of motherhood from the difficult to the sublime. But treading this path means I don’t always feel like I belong.
I very much feel ‘other’. Continue reading “Just what is ‘The Otherhood’?”