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Podcast Season 2, Episode 3: Marc Carter – Little Blue Cup

from Stories About Autism

Telling stories, from a dad's point of view, about what life is like raising two boys with autism


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Grief in Paradise

from Beyond The Roundabout

Twitter: @bydroundabout

Finding my way following child loss.My only child, Phoebe died aged 4 3/4 to the rare genetic condition, LPIN1.


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Bigger Nappy Campaign Success: Introducing Tesco Junior Nappy

from brodyme&gdd

A mummy and her boys journey with Global Development Delay, hypotonia, hypermobility, epilepsy and well...life without a diagnosis.


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Bigger Nappy Campaign Success: Introducing Tesco Junior Nappies

from BrodyMeAndGDD

A mummy and her boy's undiagnosed journey with epilepsy, hypotonia, hypermobility, lots of laughs and no answers


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Mama got ink

from Lyla's Angels

Blogging about our family's journey since my daughter Lyla's diagnosis with a rare brain disorder and cerebral palsy


Last Mother

How to Build a Wooden Shed in Just One Weekend

from Last Mother

Twitter: @LastMum

Life as the adoptive and last mother to three wonderful children (one adult, one teen, one 8 year old) who have a range of special needs


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Keeping the Faith through Uncertainty

from Caring In the Chaos

Single mum carer blog, I share tips to help your toddlers development as well as my mindful musings.


Diary of a cake loving fitness junkie

Metro Radio – Walk of Fear

from Louise Alexa Sharp

Twitter: @loualexaa

Family & Lifestyle blogger sharing parts of our family life. Our days out, our holidays, our adventures, our life


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Podcast Season 2 – Episode 1: My Boy Blue

from Stories About Autism

Telling stories, from a dad's point of view, about what life is like raising two boys with autism


Sensory Trust

Humanitas: a home with a difference

from creative activities for carers

Twitter: @sensorytrust

Nature based, multi sensory activities and resources for carers to do at home with the person they are caring for.