But her point is acute. She's referring to her 15-year-old son, the red-headed bundle of life who just has burst into the middle of our conversation.
Muir was only four months old when he had his first epileptic seizure, but he would be eight before he was diagnosed with a rare form of epilepsy called Dravet Syndrome, which has left him with severe learning difficulties and developmental delay. It's every parent's worst nightmare; but in an astonishing twist of fate, Maxwell tells me later, he's also the reason she is alive today.
WHEN you buy a property, you don't just buy a roof for over your head – you buy a lifestyle, a place to put down roots and, most importantly, a space that will become your home, soon to be filled with memories.
It's no wonder then that Ian and Fiona Robertson – who bought their beautiful mews property in Glasgow's west end in 1990 – are finding it so hard to leave their home behind.