Pick Me Up

MY GIRL

You know your child better than anyone else – sometimes, even medical professionals.

As a mum, you should always trust your gut. No matter how silly you think it sounds, or how crazy you feel.

Your maternal instinct could save your child’s life.

Just like mine did.

I knew my baby wasn’t well, and nobody listened.

The lengthy journey to her life-changing diagnosis was a battle, and now every single day is a struggle.

But I am so glad that I followed my intuition.

Or my baby girl Soraya, now one, wouldn’t be here today.

On 25 May 2019, our family of five welcomed Soraya into this world.

She struggled to gain weight,

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