Happiness is a deep acceptance

Happiness is rejoicing in who they are not who I want them to be.Read more

What makes Z happy?

There are many things that make Z happy – being outdoors, numbers and letters, and his iPad. He loves to listen to opening music on his iPad whilst spelling lots of words, or doing sums on the floor.Read more

Sensory seeking

Amber tends to ask for play dough every day, especially after school. She will hum to herself whilst she’s squeezing and manipulating the dough.Read more


“Happiness is a mental or emotional state of well-being defined by positive or pleasant emotions ranging from contentment to intense joy.”Read more

In pursuit of happiness

What is brilliant about the group is that Joseph is just JosephRead more


For our son, there is one particular activity that is sure to bring a smile to his face: TrampoliningRead more

I Am Not Super Mum

Courtesy of social media and that Mum guilt that is instilled in all of us from the moment our children are born (gotta love it), I doubt that there are many mums out there who don’t feel the pressure to be the perfect parent.Read more

Why do we do it?

I don't want or need to be the perfect parent, I only need to be the best for my children.Read more

Perfect Mam

There's always toys, the odd bit of left over crust that Z had lined up that morning, the smoothie carton that in my rush to get him dressed and cleaned for school I forgot to put in the recycling on my way out the door.Read more

Autism didn’t scare me

I honestly believed I was a terrible parent due to my son not hitting milestones, not sleeping, not talking, hardly eating. Then I finally had an answer to all my questions, and funnily enough, autism didn’t scare me.Read more