Published pieces

The Spinoff Parents

Ableism is everywhere

What mother’s day feels like when you’ve lost your baby

Special needs or basic human needs? On NotSpecialNeeds# and ableist language 

Living on the other side of “as long as it’s healthy”

Am I a parent when I’ve lost my child?

Are we sleepwalking into a world without Down Syndrome?

The parents suing doctors over a health condition deserve sympathy, not judgment

The Huffington Post Australia

Don’t condemn the couple who said they would have aborted their child

We need to reject the idea that disability equates to misery

I’m not putting popularity over my daughter’s privacy

We need to change the way we talk about disability

The Mighty

To the teen who thinks looking different is worse than dying

When you feel like an outsider at a baby shower 

Why I was wrong about the cliches I heard after my daughter’s death

When a man asked if my baby’s death felt like a relief

When I spent two months away from my daughter

A 90s television show taught me an important life lesson

When life isn’t what you thought it would be Part 1

When life isn’t what you thought it would be Part 2


Mentions and Interviews

Global Genes: Allies in Rare Disease 2017 Rare Champions of Hope Nominees

Achievement Center of Texas An Interview with the founder of The One in a Million Baby

The Longest Shortest Time Podcast Favorite Episodes about Parenthood 

The Spinoff Podcasts – Dear Mamas Episode 8: Disability and chronic illness

Radio NZ – Nine to Noon Parenting: Dealing with disability

Total Pediatric Therapy Top 115 Best Resources for Parents of Special Needs

The Washington Post 11 Parenting podcasts worth checking out

Life, Health, Wealth by Insuranceline Let’s talk about kids – resources for parents

NZ Women’s Weekly Grieving mother reveals: What my baby taught me

The Dominion Post One in a million baby girl loses her battle to live

Mummy says Celebrating inspiring women