Jessica Rose Knowles Jessica Rose Knowles

Eddie has taught me far more than I’ve taught him

I often think Eddie has taught me far more than I’ve taught him. He’s taught me to constantly question things, he’s taught me patience and responsibility and more about ‘being in the moment’ than anybody else has...Read more...

The new house is starting to feel like home

I’m starting to think that moving is a bit like childbirth. At the time you’re thinking “This is exhausting and painful – I’m never doing this again.” Then time passes and you think, “That wasn’t...Read more...

People always ask if I’m dating anyone…

A question I get asked a lot at the moment is – are you dating anyone? This is usually followed by raucous laughter by me, only stopping when I realise it was a serious question. I can only assume people are interested because we are all...Read more...

I’m moving back to Cheltenham…

I’m on the move again, this time to Cheltenham. I’ve been considering moving there since I came back from Spain but a rubbish 2016 coupled with the fact I’ve had paps hiding outside my house, and journalists knocking on my door...Read more...

My beautiful Christmas with Eddie

This Christmas I deleted the twitter and Instagram apps from my phone for the festive period and, it was wonderful. A true break – no sneaky checks in between playing with Eddie, no wondering how many likes I had, no taking...Read more...

The Perfect Presents for You This Christmas

A while ago I read a book called The 5 Love Languages – about five ways we express and experience love; receiving gifts, quality time, words of affirmation, acts of service (devotion), and physical touch. It explains how miscommunication...Read more...

Safari park with Eddie

I went to the zoo once as a child and was in awe – seeing the wild animals up close and realising just how magnificent these majestic creatures are. I was enjoying my day until we got to the gorilla enclosure, even as a child I remember...Read more...

What Cancer Taught Me 

The most poignant moment of my cancer journey was waiting for my MRI results to see if the cancer had spread or if it was contained. They knew it was in my cervix and pelvic lymph nodes, if it had spread I knew that my treatment and prognosis...Read more...

My Frighteningly Good Halloween

Before I had Eddie I was anti Halloween, proclaiming, “No child of mine will go door to door in a socially accepted form of begging.” (I said a lot of silly things before I had Eddie; he won’t have a dummy, I won’t give...Read more...
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