We certainly did not set out to gain any recognition for it - or awards - so to hear it has been nominated for one of The HealthUnlocked Health Blogger Awards is a huge bonus.
I still don't know who nominated me for the award, but I would like to thank them, because we hope the blog can help raise further awareness of brain injuries in general and the people they affect because not much is still known about them.
I had never ever really read a blog before - let alone write one - as they are still a fairly new kind of medium.
But my wife Amy reads them all of the time (normally last thing at night in bed under cover of darkness when her husband is trying to sleep!!) so she suggested I do one to keep a track of the major milestones I have achieved - such as learning to walk again, for example.
From the blog - and therefore my brain injury - we have been granted many exciting opportunities including getting to record a podcast where we interviewed other brain injury survivors. Listen here!
Since I first started this blog back in 2014, there have been a couple more major milestones added to the list such as getting to marry Amy last October, and then welcoming our beautiful baby boy Reggie to the world just last month.
It is often said in the world of brain injury they do not affect just one person - which is absolutely spot on.
Amy had to uproot her entire life to move to Cheltenham to become my carer and look after me.
Now our little family of three live with Amy's family on the south coast, so there are quite a few of us in the corner of team Perringwood!!
So if you do have a spare five minutes to give this blog a vote we would really appreciate it. Although we started this blog to document my recovery, since then it has become so much more. Through sharing my story so many other brain injury survivors have shared theirs too. To be nominated is a huge honour and gives us even more motivation to keep sharing.