Look what’s back! My girls amazing smile ❤ After a hard few days I feel like my daughter has been returned to me. School holidays, lead up to the full moon, hormones, pain? I have no idea what had caused such a difference in behaviour… …but my girl, and her beautiful smile, are back. Advertisements
All it took was a friendly face. The day started difficult again. My girl was not happy or approachable. There was nothing I could do to make her smile. My Dad sent me a message and offered to come over. He changed the day completely. My girl absolutely adores her Grandad. He has some kind…… Continue reading All it took
It is my girls sports day soon and today she told me she didn’t want me to be there. Not directly of course, she has not quite reached the level of communication where she can just say that. Instead I asked her if I could come and watch. She replied ‘No’, and growled. Whilst 99%…… Continue reading Sports Day.
Some days it pays, To raise your head to the sky, Fill your lungs with fresh air, Watch the branches up high, Clear your mind of the stress, Watch your worries float away, Be thankful and happy, You’ve got through the day. Not everyday is a good day, But there is something good in everyday.…… Continue reading There’s always good.
We spend our days trying. Trying to live up to expectations so we can fit in. Trying to be like everyone else. Trying to do things everyone else does. But why? Mum guilt. Social media. Everything we see on social media, we believe. Photos portrating happy moments, statuses depicting perfect lives. Happy, family days out,…… Continue reading Trying.
So the good news? Well, actually, amazing news! Do you remember a girl who would refuse to go to school? Do you remember the girls Mum in utter despair at being reprimanded for her daughters late entry to school everyday? Do you remember a girl who used to have meltdowns daily, before and after school?…… Continue reading Do you remember that girl?
Autism Mums; a poem. When it is quiet and I get a moment alone, I think of my girl, how much she has grown, How far she has come in a short space of time, In the darkest of days, she is my sunshine. The visions I had when she was first diagnosed, How I…… Continue reading Autism Mums.