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Disney On Ice Celebrates 100 Years Of Magic

from Mummy 2 Monkeys

Twitter: @mummy2monkeys1

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


NDCS Campaigns

How well are deaf children doing in primary schools in England?

from NDCS Campaigns

Twitter: @NDCS_UK

The National Deaf Children's Society's Policy and Campaigns Team blogging about our work.


Musings of a 21st century mum

Forget drugs, the biggest problem the next generation face is adrenalin addicti...

from Musings of a 21st Century SAHM

Twitter: @twinsplustwo

Since When was parenting not a valid, full time job? Opinion on Life, the Universe and Everything in between!


Downs Side Up

20 Disability Quotes That Will Change Your Thinking

from Downs Side Up

Twitter: @downssideup

This blogger's hoping to gently change the perception of Down's Syndrome from within hearts.


Ojo's World

Always find a Reason

from Ojo's World

Twitter: @joannah123

A blog about my life with 3 boys, 2 on the autistic spectrum and the other a teenager! Includes all aspects including crafting and cooking


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Phonics fun with Biff, Chip and Kipper.. and Nintendo

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.


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Christmas Cake Day.

from ASD Mummy with issues

Twitter: @jas2jar

Life with 2 boys with autism can be interesting.


Blogger Mummy Lauren

A brief encounter in the park...

from Blogger Mummy Lauren

Twitter: @lauren_holmes12

Parenting and lifestyle blog, writing about family life, ASD, days out, crafts, baking and anything else that takes my fancy


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Cheap Fun Is Good Fun

from Sonny Days

Learning from a boy with autism and ADHD, exploring London and having fun


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Big steps, amazing achievements

from Premmeditations: Reflections on Premmie Parenting

Twitter: @premmeditations

I blog about my two kids: Sissyboo, who read the manual and was born at 39 weeks, and Mr Boo, born at 29 weeks. With their Dad, The Grumposaur, we muddle through bringing up a little boy with PVL, ...