Why am I fearful?

  Over the summer holidays, Jude became more and more willing to go out and about as a family. He even came clothes shopping with us one day which for the past several months is …

Back to school!

  Back to school! Well…so far, only one of mine has gone back to school but it’s a start I guess. Elsa and Emmeline go back Thursday. Jude’s school just had a month off for …

Best ever chocolate cake recipe

  I’ve been a pretty crap blogger recently. Work has taken over my life and I feel like I’m neglecting my gorgeous little blog a bit too much.   SO, as a treat, I’m going …

New habit and stimming

I know that habits and Jude’s stimming are both something I’ve mentioned before – remember Jude’s lining up?   Well, this last week I’ve noticed a new habit forming and it’s made me wonder what …

Top tips for a successful kids party

  Let’s be honest, preparing for a children’s party at home can be overwhelming, particularly if it’s not just the children you have to entertain. With so much to remember, worries about the mess and …

Ibiza Dreaming…

I promise this is the last time I bang on about our holiday. Be grateful we only go away once a year! So we’re home again. Back to normal. Only with three extra tons of …

The benefits of music for autism

  I’ve mentioned many a time how much Jude loves music. Before he could talk, he would hum nursery rhymes. I’ll never forget that first time myself and my mum heard him hum Twinkle Twinkle …

SEND summer holiday camps

With the summer holidays rapidly approaching, I think it’s safe to say that every SEND parent has that uneasy murmuring of trepidation growing in their hearts.   But following my post highlighting Things to do during the …