I’d gone from working a million miles an hour, around people constantly and all of a sudden I was at home all day on my own with this little dude.It was a difficult adjustment.'My husband would go to work every day and ‘leave’ me at home, sounds ridiculous to phrase it like that, but that’s how it felt at the time. The strongest feeling was that I’d really lost my identity.When another mother waves back, the app highlights their shared interests.Peanut says more than 10 million "waves" have been exchanged since February.Simply put, it’s because I don’t think all Muslims are part of Isis. It’s my second home, and I hope to soon make it my permanent home.
I had great friends and a good family life, so motherhood seemed like just another step in my life.'When Finlay arrived, I felt as if I had been naive.
Growing up in America, I have every reason to do so. Donald Trump has no authority to comment on terrorism – or violent crime in general – in the UK when his own people must live in fear of being shot at school, a shopping mall, or even in a house of worship.
I’ve written before on how gun crime has affected my generation as we’ve grown up as our parents, our peers, and our children have been gunned down by crazy white men who are labelled as “lone wolves.” The country cried after Columbine, after Virginia Tech, after Aurora, and after Sandy Hook, when 27 innocent people – including over 20 primary school children – were killed. After Dunblane, the deadliest mass shooting in British history, the UK government enacted some of the strictest gun laws in the Western world to ensure this never happened again.
He would have spoken out after the white supremacist attack in Portland.
He would do something to combat mass shootings in America.