Ahhh, just look at them. Sharing space, sharing an activity (ok yes they’re watching tv!) Being together is something that they don’t often do, they spend all their time together but in reality they are apart. Even though having two children 19 months apart was never a “plan” I did daydream that they would play… Continue reading Siblings
Last Sunday after months and months (years?) of planning we finally launched Square Peg Sensory a mobile sensory unit! It was particularly stressful when both the electric and the tailgate decided not to work properly! Thankfully just in the nick of time it all came together ready for Anna Kennedy OBE and Alan Gardner (The… Continue reading Finally!
So I’m doing the rounds looking for mainstream schools for Logan, I have my list ready and last week I got to peak inside my first primary school. When Bella was this age I viewed 3 special schools as mainstream was never an option for her. I was nervous as I always am in unfamiliar… Continue reading Your best isn’t good enough!
What would you do with the boy who seems ‘normal?’ At 3 and a half I have to decide where I think he should be educated in a year’s time. For his sister it was simple, mainstream was never an option. For the boy whom more than a couple of professionals have called ‘a mystery’… Continue reading What would you do?
A change of scenery, fresh air, a little more freedom and lots of ice cream over in the new caravan in Wales! So much fun with a tiny puddle Sand between her toes is a sensory thing! Preprioception Oh I do like to be beside the… Continue reading Summer by Sea!
Please like and subscribe to my YouTube channel This video is brilliant, it’s funny, very funny. Bella couldn’t get more excited waiting for the discs to drop out of the Connect 4 set and Logan was loving creating the suspense. However look a little deeper and the video is brilliant because: a) Bella is sitting… Continue reading Simple things
Hello May, bye bye Autism Awareness Month (unless you live with autism like us and then it’s a 365 days a year thing!) So we went on an Autism Awareness Walk last weekend. It was 3 miles and our SEN buggy was ready to be tested out. Poor L (3) had to walk and soon… Continue reading Autism Awareness Cuteness