Since becoming a parent there has been a big change within me. There is an independent streak that has surfaced from the depths and a passion emerged focused on the goal of using my experiences to help others.
When I was expecting Eric I realised just how little there was readily available to support (let alone guide) disabled parents. Plenty of tips and tricks and helpful videos are out there for nappy changing, burping and breast/bottle feeding for those who can use both hands, but for parents-to-be like me, there wasn't a lot I could use as a starting-off point.
So it has been my mission to put content out there that will act as a reference for those expectant parents with the same / a similar condition or disability to mine. To be there as a little bit of reassurance that being a new parent doesn't need to be as scary. To help show how strong we can be. And to inspire a little self-belief.
For those of you who are not subscribed to my channel, below is a roundup of my latest one handed parenting videos. Even if you do not need to use this list, I wholeheartedly encourage you to share this post with as many people as you can. There may be somebody out there who can really benefit from it.
This list is only a selection from my one handed ways playlist. To check out all of these videos, head over to my channel.
(Useful for once baby starts rolling and wriggling).