To the mother with the life I will never know.

To the mother with the life I will never know.

I see you. Enjoying a life I had expected a long time ago. You’re sitting at the edge of the trampoline centre reading a book. You look totally engrossed in it, glancing up occasionally and topping up the tea (maybe coffee) from your flask. Your children have their...
7 reasons why SEND education is like a snow globe

7 reasons why SEND education is like a snow globe

I do love a good snow globe as does my son Oliver. I’ve brought three back for him from various holidays. It appears that the magic of ‘shake and wonder’ appeals in the sunshine as much as it does in the winter time. Recently, I was at Harrys school for his Christmas...
Neurotypical sibling superheroes – The Return

Neurotypical sibling superheroes – The Return

I recently wrote about the 5 reasons why my son Oliver is the unsung hero of our story as the sibling of Harry who has a rare cranio facial condition and autism. I proudly recognised his patience and acceptance, empathy and maturity, forgiveness and understanding,...
7 things I never thought I’d say as a mum

7 things I never thought I’d say as a mum

Before you became a parent, how did you visualise your role? Did you see yourself as the fun mum/dad or did you see yourself as firm but fair? And at what point did you hear yourself turning into your own parents by echoing the words they’d muttered to you in the past...
Wonder the Movie – Our Review *contains spoilers*

Wonder the Movie – Our Review *contains spoilers*

If you follow my blog you will know that I have raved for ages about the book called Wonder which tells the story of August Pullman who has a cranio-facial condition called Treacher collins syndrome. I explained why reading the book touched me more than it might...
3 reasons not to send my son to special school

3 reasons not to send my son to special school

Choosing the right school for any child can be overwhelming and stressful. Add in the extra considerations of disability, in any form, and the process becomes even harder. Harry has Goldenhar syndrome which is a rare cranio-facial condition but that alone wasn’t the...

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