Arlo's Adventure 
Written by Sarah Ward 


We live on a small island in the middle of the Irish Sea. Damian (Day) is my partner, Alfie is our first son and Arlo is our Angel. We live in a small estate just outside of the main town, but far enough away so the children can safely play outside in together which is an amazing thing to have in todays society. We have the softest dog in ever, who loves cuddles and  named Sam and the most independent cat in the world who don’t need no human (unless its to be fed, watered, stroked- on her terms or is she needs a knee to snuggle on). We are an extremely busy family, so there is never a dull moment in our household, if we’re in!

I was encouraged to start this blog by Day when Arlo was on the Neonatal ward. I found it was actually something I enjoyed doing and that Arlo really did have a story to tell.

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