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I am learning a huge amount about Jude and his current likes/dislikes this summer.Read more
Here are some tips for surviving the holidays, Yorkshire styleRead more
Connie-Mai is a very bright, affectionate and forgiving little girl who gets nowhere near the amount of attention I'd like to give her.Read more
The only real plan I have is going to stay for a few days with my sister. I'm nervous with Z not sleeping and waking my niece up during the night, or getting her up early hours.Read more
We hit some storms and dark days. Days when my son won't stop screaming or having seizures and we suddenly find ourselves with no support because the port called 'school' is closed.Read more
They will spend hours and hours and hours engrossed in Lego play, using models built from instructions but now modified, improved and recreated to within an inch of their lives.Read more
Oscar, Alfie and Flo are still pretty young at the moment. Alfie and Flo certainly have no idea at all, that Oscar is any different from them or anyone else for that matter.Read more
She copes with getting less attention than she deserves and has learnt to play by herself to cope.Read more
The Queen asked about my work in relation to children’s welfare.
I said what a privilege it has been to work for so many years with and on behalf of families of disabled and seriously ill children and young people both as a social worker and with Family Fund.Read more
Robin is extremely sporty, Hardy spends all his time reading his atlas or working out sums. There is one factor that definitely links them – they were both tested for autistic spectrum disorder (ASD).Read more