Saturday, 14 February 2015

Happy Birthday!

My sisters Blog!! <<<<Click here to see her!!

So this post is about my sister, tomorrow is her Birthday (Small and Blond Blog, check it out!!) And I'm making this post to tell the world and her what she means to me. My sister has always been there for me, she's my big sister and my best friend rolled into one. She was there for me when I came out and always promised to love me.

She has offered me support and advice when I needed it most and she has done so many wonderful things for me. We've had a few bumps along the way, but I feel like we're even closer because of those bumps. She's a person I could never live without and I love her dearly. I feel like I don't tell her enough. We live apart but speak often. She's funny, kind, smart and beautiful. 

Happy Birthday Samantha, I love you and I hope you have the best day ever! <3

Friday, 21 November 2014

Binders NOT Bandages

Hello Everyone!

Sorry I haven't updated in a while, been a little busy (sorry!) So I wanted to kinda give people some advice and stuff about using Bandages as Binders. I am going to leave some links to sites where you can buy real binders from. So to start off using bandages as binders is BAD!! For people doing this for the first time, bandages are a cheap, discreet way of hiding breasts. But bandages cause damage to the breast tissue and your rib cage, that's why I highly recommend buying a chest binder. They're very cheap and work like a charm!
You can get ones like this one that are more like crop tops and are very cheap:
You can get some like this one, its a full length vest top but they are slightly more expensive:

All of these come in a range of colours and sizes!

Thanks for reading this week guys!! Hope this was helpful to anyone!!
Signing off fabulously
Nathan xx

Sunday, 26 October 2014

The First Steps: Telling My Parents Of My Sexuality.

Heya Guys!!

So today I have a fantastic news update for you all today!! My Sister and myself broke the news of my transition plans to my mother and father, I feel the happiest person alive with the response they gave. I was very scared to break the news to my mother and father so I had my older sister call her and explain everything to my mother over the phone. I sat upstairs and listened in (I would have done it myself but the fear I felt at the time was overwhelming)

After the phone conversation I went downstairs to confront my mother for the first time. She was not mad at me, more unable to understand the fact that I am no longer a female but a male instead. She found the news very hard to take in as did my father, calling me "he" and "him" will defiantly upset my mother and father as will calling me Nathan. I have no plans to tell the rest of my family (ever) and my mother and myself have both promised to be patient and understanding with each other from now on. I feel as though a huge weight has been lifted off my shoulders and new pathways have opened up for me. Now I can defiantly start to make plans for my treatment, hopefully in the near future.

Seriously guys doing this has been the best and worst experience of my life and I'm so grateful for every bit of support my sister and friend have given me.

Signing off fabulously
Nathan xx