Sunshine brings summer days out, Sunshine means crowded, busy places. Sunshine brings long, light days, Sunshine means confusion at bedtimes. Sunshine brings warmth to our skin, Sunshine means touch and sticky suncream. Sunshine brings bright white light, Sunshine means a sensory meltdown. Sunshine brings children out to play, Sunshine means too much noise. Sunshine brings…… Continue reading Sunny days
We are home! We have had a fantastic holiday but I am not going to pretend that it was easy! A week is just not enough. Not enough time to adapt to the change, to get used to a new routine. I was on edge the whole time. In a new place with no locks…… Continue reading We’re home!
If anyone had been watching as we entered the café at lunch, they wouldn’t have noticed anything out of the ordinary; Not about me, the sibling or the Grandfather who was accompanying us for lunch. Today the café was bustling with people; leftovers waiting to be cleared on empty tables. No one paid any attention…… Continue reading Out of the ordinary?
Months of preparation, Weeks of countdowns, Days explanations, Hours of panic…. ……Our Autism Mum was going away for a night! A very lucky Our Autism Mum got tickets for an Ed Sheeran concert in London, and last night was the night!! My girl didn’t share my excitement, she didn’t want to know. I tried over…… Continue reading A night with Ed Sheeran!
We are lucky enough to live a 5 minute drive away from The Eden Project in Cornwall. It is a very popular place for the tourists to visit, but as a family we go very little. Every school holidays they put on some activities for the children to participate in. We tried to do it…… Continue reading The Eden Project.