Maria Jordan MacKeigan is the mother of two daughters, Ana Maria and Jordan Grace.
Their story is a little different to most families, with Jordan born with Down Syndrome.
Jordan having Down Syndrome means Maria has to be constantly thinking ahead: the therapies and surgeries she may need, slight behavioural differences, and the constant worry of sickness.
In reality, there is only so much that Maria can do to protect her youngest daughter from illness, which could leave her hospitalised.
Maria has to trust other people to make safe decisions around her daughter to protect her life.
Recently, while taking Jordan to school, Maria turned up to see another mum dropping off her daughter, who was clearly very sick. When Maria explained the various impacts this could have on their family, the mum ignored her and left her daughter at school.
“I took Jordan Grace home. When my child gets the simple cold she may end up like this!” Maria wrote on Instagram.