I made the mistake once of asking what he looks like. My son said 'Oh, he doesn't have a face.'
My mum has spent her life believing that she's fat and hating herself for it. Her dearest wish was to spare me that fate.
Miss A is not shy about telling us what she wants from life and she's determined to get it.
It's a heartbreaking dilemma no parent should ever have to face - caring for two gravely ill children, but only possessing the power to help one of them.
We might think we're building our daughters up by calling them beautiful, but we're also bringing the beauty pressure home to our littlest girls.
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