When I started this blog I chose to make it semi-anonymous, not using names or making our location clear. It felt important to keep the family’s privacy, particularly as T might not want things shared when he’s older.
Yet I also want to raise awareness of MPS of course, and sometimes those two aims collide.
A while back we were approached to take part in a documentary being filmed by a final year film student. I agreed, knowing that it would be pretty much impossible to not use names in something like this. But after all, if it looked rubbish and I hated listening to my voice I’d never have to share it.
It isn’t rubbish, and I’m not actually wincing when listening to myself. Hopefully it does a good job at capturing the highs and lows of living with a Pudding.
I’ll carry on with the pseudonyms because it’s habit now, but if you click on this link here we all are…
(Thank you, Josh, for doing an amazing job. Hope you get good marks!)