Radio NZ Interview

I did this today. I went on Radio NZ and talked about the podcast live on air. I talked about Eva, about parenting about relationships. I was nervous, but it was a fantastic experience. Thank you to RNZ for having me! Read more

We are a top resource for Special needs families!

I got a lovely email from Total Pediatric Therapy that The One in a Million Baby has been named in their list of best resources for parents of children with special needs. This just made my day. This is exactly why I’ve kept writing and why I started the podcast. Read more

Playing sliding doors

Playing sliding doors

It’s been 18 months since Eva died. Saying that number, 18 months feels cruel. She only lived to 10 months, and already she has been gone longer than she was here. To someone who meets me now, there’s no indication that I am Eva’s mother. No indication that I was… Read more

Ms. Harrari, is it you that gets to define quailty of life?

On August 6, The Sydney Morning Herald published a story entitled “Parenting an intellectually disabled child: life forever on duty”¬†about Alex Brown and his mother Vanessa. Alex is a 22 year old man who has Sotos syndrome. He is non verbal and has an intellectual disability. He spends week days… Read more

10,000 downloads, a milestone worth celebrating

10,000 downloads, a milestone worth celebrating

I’ve had my eye on the goal of 10,000 podcast downloads for a while. It was oh so slowly approaching. And then with the release of the last episode, it somehow snuck up on me and I have, right now, 10,186 downloads. In the grand scheme of things, this is… Read more