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Faith Mummy

He ran into the arms of his mum

from faithmummy

Life with twins, autism, vision impairment, nf1, global delay, faith and plenty of laughs. They can teach us more than we teach them...


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Sky Ripperz

from Mummy 2 Monkeys

Twitter: @mummy2monkeys1

Family, ups, downs, laughs, tears, stillbirth, delayed development, reviews and competitions


Mama Owl Julie

Happy Birthday Sweet 16

from Mama Owl - My Life & Kids

Twitter: @jooleroo

Five kids and only one pair of hands, family life at its best. Books, reviews, movies, news, days out, days in, baking & a bit of everything else in between.


Deaf Dad

Deaf News: New sign language restaurant opens

from The Limping Chicken

Twitter: @charlie_swin

This blogger's writing about being a deaf stay-at-home dad.


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The B&W Photography Project :: SS Great Britain, Bristol Harbourside

from abstractLucas

Twitter: @abstractLucas

Family life, craft and cooking for all the unique and beautiful round pegs in life that stubbornly refuse to fit into those boring ordinary square holes.


The Beesley Buzz

A long overdue Wot So Funee in Wetsuits!

from The Beesley Buzz

Twitter: @TheBeesleyBuzz

A family blog where we write about living with Aspergers, homeschooling and all our adventures!


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Life Skills Scavenger Challenge

from Extreme Parenting 18

Follow us as we deal with special needs, homeschool and have fun with our mega sized family formed through birth and adoption.


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Little Live Pets interactive toy

from Steph's Two Girls

Twitter: @stephc007

Stories of family life involving our young girl who has a type of autism known as PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance) and her older sister.


Our World and Autism

The wait is FINALLY over!

from Our World and Autism

Twitter: @LucieAutismMum

Family Life with Autism, fun, frolics, reviews and plenty of waffle!


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Zero

from The Boy With Five Names

Twitter: @linzi74

Labelled at birth as being severely disabled, The Boy With Five Names proves that despite the harshest beginnings light will always shine.