Funny old thing families, aren’t they? I’ve been thinking it about today after seeing a brilliant Beeb documentary on adopting abroad. And also because my Mum and
It isn’t my Mum – its my
The adoption stories in the doc I watched tonight were all so moving. I really want to be a mother, and I am terrified of infertility. If I can’t have my own kids I am not sure what I will do. I don’t like the idea of going through IVF, but I am not in the situation of making that decision so I can’t tell you. I think I would probably adopt, but I don’t know. I guess nothing is the same as having your own.
At Brum, medics of all years spend one day a fortnight out at a GP practice. This year one of our main topics is Paediatrics. It’s all about finding out about normal child development. I have two babies, Ava and Zeke. They are both sooooooo beautiful and I get very broody. I saw Ava last Friday, and she babbled and cooed and giggled the whole time. She has the biggest bluest eyes and the longest dark eyelashes, and she is just perfect. Its makes me desperate for one of my own. Though not right now – that would definitely bugger the degree!