We were woken up bright and early, The energy levels were high, Laughter and giggles filled the air, …..It can change in the blink of an eye. Breakfast was had, Minecraft put on, I asked questions, I got a reply, Siblings playing nicely together, …..It can change in the blink of an eye. Time for…… Continue reading …in the blink of an eye.
8 furry legs, Prodding on my palm, Spiky soft, Slowly, slowly, taking her time. Sharp, heavy claws, Silky soft feathers, Kind eyes, Big flappy wings. Huge, monstrous body, Wrapped heavy around my body, Pulling me tight, Soft, long, cold. Smelly. Noisy. Moving. Soft. A feast for the senses. No fear.
“Mummy how is it 9.00 now…….I thought time goes backwards today.” The moment you realise you used the wrong words….
What time is bed time? How do we decide? Time change. Spring fall…..fall back. The clocks go back an hour tonight. Hooray, an extra hour in bed…. ….I joke! 😉 Sleep and my girl have never really been friends. I dread the time change. Dread it. It throws my girl out for weeks. My girl…… Continue reading Time change……panic!
Amazed! Proud! Today my girl swam a 20m length! Such an amazing acheivement for her. Her back stroke is amazing, she did such a good job! Very, very proud Mummy! It is really good that she can be included in all mainstream activities. Although she seems (to me) to look uncomfortable and anxious, she always…… Continue reading Yesterdays’ school swimming lesson!
She has arms, she has legs, 10 fingers, 10 toes, She can talk, she can smile, and quite often picks her nose! She can sing, she can run, She can jump down from a wall, She can play football with the boys, She can even catch a ball. She can seek, she can hide, She…… Continue reading My girl. A hidden disability.
Whose fault? Autism is born, it is not made, There isn’t anything to blame, You said its my fault for giving the MMR, But the Dr was jailed for those claims. I am not the reason, it was always there, My ‘bad’ parenting is not the cause, You tell me to stand my ground more…… Continue reading Whose fault is Autism?