Raising Boys | I Don’t Know How You Do It!

There is one question I get asked most days and if only I got a pound each time, I’d be filthy rich. Three boys? And you’re how old? How on earth do you do it?! You must be busy. You must have your hands full. How do I do it? I don’t really know in all honesty. I don’t know any other way.

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To The Girl Who Was Yet To Be

Your natural hair colour will always be the prettiest. You were born perfect just the way you are. Changing the way you look on the outside won’t change how you feel inside.

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To My Special Needs Sibling | Part 2

Instead he became fond of the softness of the skin on your head as he kissed you. Fond of your little fingers, how they were just like his only very small, and how adorably cute you looked when you smiled at him for the very first time.

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Screen Time with MITA | The Autism Therapy App

In a bid to find a new app for Sonny to explore, I came across MITA, a Mental Imagery Therapy for Autism app based on Pivotal Response Treatment (PRT)

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Guest Story by Livia Vass

Livia Vass is a typesetter and mum to two lively boys (one on the spectrum) and two sweet cats. Her son was diagnosed age 9, so they are further along on the autism journey.

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