… I’d firstly like to say hello to all visitors to this website.
Hello and thank you for visiting.
Next I’d like to say that if you are in or around London or the South East and need any carpentry or joinery work done (kitchens, furniture, staircases, animal housing, windows, doors and more) please visit our family business www.sullivanjoineryandcrafts.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to order a custom quilt as a gift for someone special please see some designs at our other site www.sullivancountrycrafts.com or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. We can make other designs so if you don’t see what you want there get in touch and tell us the kind of thing you’d like.
If you would like to advertise, feature an advertorial, have a sponsored post written/featured, run a competition or review or would like to work with our website Larger Family Life please see this page for Advertisers/PRs or email email@example.com.
If you would like me to write an article for your website, magazine or other publication please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For those of you who saw 15 Kids and Counting and aren’t aware of how editing plays a big part in the shows you see you really need to read The Truth About 15 Kids and Counting. I was never ill, our lives were never in danger and there was never a risk of any of us dying.
And if you’re feeling generous can you please consider making a donation to Help Oliver Walk? Oliver is the son of a friend and her husband who is a soldier in the Army. Oliver was starved of oxygen at birth and now has Spastic Quadriplegia Cerebral Palsy. He cannot use his legs but has been given the opportunity to have an operation which is only available in the US. We need to raise £72,000 for it. You can read his story here and see details of the Help Oliver Walk charity auction our website ran for him too raising almost £700 towards his target. You can donate through Just Giving or via Paypal. Please visit www.helpoliverwalk.co.uk.
Forgive me for touting our businesses but you know how it is… we have to pay for all these kids somehow!