Sorry I haven't posted in a while folks. I am well and truly down the rabbit hole with getting organised for the festive period. I have been more than useless at figuring out what to buy my loved ones, despite always being the ultimate "Gift Whisperer" in previous years. I blame the anti-anxiety medication. 😫 … Continue reading Getting Into The Christmas Spirit
So I'm back after a little fortnight away from the computer. It was a well needed rest from writing, especially with all that was going on with our boy. As I've mentioned numerous times before my son was born very premature and so has several health issues, but as well as that we are currently … Continue reading Prematurity & Autism – A Health Update
As I write this in my exhausted state, I ponder over the events of the last week. There are ongoing issues within our family that have been a constant worry and to be frank, a hell of a lot of stress for months now and so that's always in the back of your head. My … Continue reading 5 Things That Make Me Happy
Have you all listened to the new Pink album yet??? If the answer to this question is NO then get it sorted out guys! She is an absolute queen and this is quite possibly her BEST album to date!!! There's a few reasons why I adore Pink, and I'm sure any fans will agree with … Continue reading Who Are You?
So call me an old romantic but this past week I’ve been feeling so much love for my hubby. He’s the best person in my life (including my beautiful little boy) and sometimes it just hits me that I am bloody lucky to have him! On that basis, this weeks theme is LOVE 💕... Are … Continue reading Words Of The Week – #3
I recently wrote a post dedicated to finding the best possible Christmas gifts for a sensory-seeking child, like my boy. This post is more for mummy in that it is of very little consequence to Matthew about which items of clothing he wears, other than the fact that the quality of the fabric has to … Continue reading Christmas Gifts for a Toddler – Clothing
I wrote previously about having our 'Initial Assessment' meeting with Matthews Community Paediatrician. It was a long awaited appointment where we just expected to answer lots of questions. It did in fact end up a lot more dramatic than that. We met with Dr Lynas, a lovely older lady who has been working in this … Continue reading The Autism Diagnosis Process – Meeting with our Community Paediatrician