You've made it. The first day of term has arrived and as you pop your children on the minibus or do the school run, you feel a 100 tonne weight lift from your shoulders. It's over. The schools are back. Why then are you not filled with the feeling of peaceful tranquillity likened to that [...]
Month: August 2018
9 reasons Autism will change the way you think about the world.
I've had severe writers block this summer. Perhaps it's down to a lack of time to reflect? Or maybe the fact that my head has felt like a concrete block for the last six weeks. So full of 'to do' lists and having to intricately plan every second of every day out we have had, [...]
Am I spoiling him or saving him?
I had a moment of realisation this morning (whilst sat on a miniature train with kiddo, obvs). It suddenly struck me that the levels I will go to to help my child with additional needs have a lovely day out (couple of hours, let's be realistic about this) are actually INSANE. I will do pretty [...]