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Silent Sunday 19th October 2014 – One picture no words

from Five Cheeky Monkeys

Twitter: @5_CheekyMonkey

I'm a stressed out, frazzled mum to 5 cheeky monkeys who like jumping on the bed and other things!!!!


Lord Freud minimum wage or top up state

from Really Useful Stuff

Really Useful Stuff


Let it Go! Here comes kindergarten!

from Kelsi's Corner

A place to ask questions and gain insight without judgment, on what it's like to have a child with Down's Syndrome. Kelsi's Corner is a testament of the transformation from despair to life and hope.


Be Nice People

from Lesa Walton MD Brookdale Care

Twitter: @LesaWaltonBC

Managing Director of Brookdale Care, supporting people with autism, learning disabilities and mental health needs. Also mother, registered nurse and wine connoisseur.



from An Exeter Mum

Twitter: @anextermum

All things local with a bit of craft thrown in. Mum to a boy who is deaf with Charge Syndrome, this blogger also draws on her experience in raising a child with special needs.


Weekend Family Film - The Lego Movie

from Life With ASD and me

Twitter: @lifewithasd

Blog about myself and 4 children and the daily challenges of raisng 2 with autism at different ends of the spectrum


Nearly there!

from and baby makes three

A blog about my life as a teacher for children with special needs, a mum to a cheeky toddler a Quaker and a volunteer.


Sleeping Beauty (2014)

from Mama, You Talk?

Twitter: @MrsW5

A blog about family life and all the goings on in it, plus whatever else crosses this SAHM's mind. She's prone to rambling about random subjects, reviewing and recipes!


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from Netbuddy says

Twitter: @netbuddytoptips

Tips, chat, personal stories and testing products. If its related to special needs / learning disability in some way and is useful bring it on!

Let's talk Olly

Trip to Scarborough

from Let's Talk Olly

Twitter: @grumpyitbloke

The thoughts and experiences of dad to Oliver who has autism. A family learning to adapt and integrate in everyday life.