Episode 16: Eva and Tessa with special guest host Kelsey Dilts McGregor

By on December 1, 2016

I have had the honour of featuring so many amazing families on my show. Each parent has shown a level of vulnerability and honesty that I could not have expected, but was so grateful for. They speak, unscripted, about their child and their experiences, whereas I get to write my intros and outros and craft Read More...


The hardest thing

By on November 29, 2016

On Thursday a new episode of the podcast will come out. Instead of asking the questions, this time I will be the one telling my story. I asked my talented friend Kelsey Dilts McGregor to help me and step in as the host for this episode. Towards the end of our conversation she asked me, Read More...


We are a top resource for Special needs families!

By on August 19, 2016

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...


Privacy vs popularity – A response

By on July 6, 2016

I started writing about Eva before she was born. Back then I referred to her as “the Peanut”. I kept calling her that for a while after she was born in a slightly misguided effort to give her privacy. The reality was that my blog was not anonymous, so by giving up my privacy I Read More...





No excuses: Imagine it

By on June 21, 2016

“I can’t imagine what you are going through…” It’s a phrase that every parent who has lost a child has heard multiple times. It’s meant well. The speaker wants to let the griever know that they recognise the magnitude of this loss. They’re trying to validate the griever’s feelings by showing how significant their feelings Read More...


I’m in the Huffington Post!

By on June 2, 2016

I am pretty excited. My last blog post on how we talk about disability and special needs is on The Huffington Post Australia! It’s the first piece they have published of mine, and I hope there will be many more. http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/tessa-prebble/we-need-to-change-the-way-we-talk-about-disability/?utm_hp_ref=blog Read More...