I used to shout, “how did you travel halfway round the world and end up here?” at Australian people in Wetherspoon’s in Milton Keynes. Then I ended up accidentally pregnant in a town called Battambang in Cambodia. These things just happen.
My Facebook statuses (stati?) documenting my pregnancy consistently got 12+ likes, reaching well into the 20s once the baby was actually born. I thought I may as well use all the spare time I’ve got on my hands (lololol) to start a blog, thus enabling a wider audience to laugh at all the experiences which make me cry.
My daughter and I yoyo back and forth between the UK – where there are trained healthcare professionals, a temperate climate and large padded cells on industrial estates (soft play) – and Cambodia – where there is my boyfriend, white rice three times per day and malaria.
Hope you enjoy.