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Fool Me Once Shame On You, Fool Me Twice...

from Pearls and Jules of Wisdom

I'm a mom of three sons--two have different types of Autism. Some daya I laugh, other days I laugh harder.


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To the parents who complained about my child:

from Mayhem and Stardust

Therapeutic parenting and home education. Lethal mix or touch of magic?


One of the Wonders

School photo day

from One of the Wonders

Reflections on life, and running, with a child diagnosed with atypical Rett Syndrome.


not as advertised

SEND accountability: What you told the Ofsted consultation

from Special Needs Jungle

Twitter: @TaniaLT

When life doesn't go as planned...it's time for a new plan. Read this blog about writing and being a mum to two boys with Aspergers Syndrome.


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The Wrestler, juggler & the plate spinner…

from Definitely Not The Waltons

The Life & Crimes of a mother of 4….3 Kids with extra needs…


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Are Women Really Equal to Men in 2016?

from Hold Nothing Back

Mum of Jake (5) who happens to have Down Syndrome and Joe (3). I am going to share our journey and some of the funny things that happen :)


order and chaos

Happy Days

from Order and Chaos

Twitter: @Thejollypirate1

A blog about living and loving a child on the autistic spectrum.


Tourette Mama

Frenglish Soaps & Anecdotes blog

from Tourette Mama

Wife, mother of 2 children, one with Tourette syndrome, Christian and author of contemporary childrens' books dealing with realistic and social issues. Searching for sanity within a world of insanity.


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The Psychological Benefits of Inclusive Cycling

from Cheetahs in My Shoes

Twitter: @cheetahsinshoes

Following the life, trials and exploits of a mum with a daughter and a 4 year old hypermobile son whose imaginary friends include a cheetah in his shoes and a giraffe called Tesco. Follow them throug...


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Down's Syndrome – Our Kids (part 1)

from Future of Down's

A blog co-written by a couple of families who write about raising a child with Down's syndrome...