Andrew Tagg trained in the UK and qualified from Charing Cross Medical School around the time Harry Potter hit the bookstands for the first time. After a meandering career he decided to settle down in Australia, taking the slow boat down under as a cruise ship doctor. Nowadays he splits his time between adult and paediatric emergency medicine in Melbourne’s western suburbs. He is the co-founder of Don’t Forget the Bubbles, one of the worlds leading paediatric blogs, and regularly eats Lego for breakfast.
Trigger Warning: Tissues might be needed. When we found out we were pregnant we were ecstatic. Our first attempt had not worked out so well, as many do, and my wife had a miscarriage. “Don’t worry, you can try again….