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Virtual help to cross the road safely

from Really Useful Stuff

Really Useful Stuff


Mama Owl Julie

{Autumn Bucket List} Forage

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.


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Breakfast With belVita #MorningWin

from Mummy 2 Monkeys

Twitter: @mummy2monkeys1

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


Downs Side Up

Making a harvest festival box: Teaching your child with Down syndrome new skills

from Downs Side Up

Twitter: @downssideup

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


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Attitude

from Ali Isaac Story Teller

I blog about my life with my special needs daughter, Carys, who was born with rare Cardiofaciocutanous Syndrome.


Pinkoddy's blog

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Deluxe Movie Figures

from Pinkoddy's Blog

Twitter: @pinkoddy

Life as a mum of 4, including - craft, special needs, women's health, photography & travel.


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We love Nintendo Tomodachi Life! (Review)

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.


bumpiest pach

Tears to Smiles

from The Bumpiest Path

Twitter: @thebumpiestpath

A mum blogging about her daily adventures in a family with nine kids, dogs, a pony and a goat, where some of the children have special needs and some are fostered.


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Budget Busted

from My Home Truths

I’m not crafty nor arty nor culinary BUT I do tell some home truths about caring for kids with special needs PLUS being a working mum of 3!


dinkyandme

Dinky, her new wheels and the dreaded hairdressers!

from Dinky and Me

Twitter: @mum2dinky

My blog is about 5 year old Dinky and myself. I blog about the day to day living with Dinky and the diagnostic process which she is going through for PDA.