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Our little human alarm clock

If you’ve followed my blog or read any of my post previous, you maybe have picked up on the info about my son being non-verbal. Its certainly a bit of info you need to understand the funny part in this post - but now you know either way. My son, the little human alarm...
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The calm parenting

Now Let me start by saying it's amazing. Not talking about parenting at the moment, but, rather technology. Here I am, sitting away from my home, writing a blog post using my phone. How fantastic is that. Back to the subject at hand After that little side track, let...
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The biggest thing to overcome with my sons Autism

I wanted to write a post that actually relates back to my original theme of this blog  🙂 . I wanted to spend a post and write a little about one of the challenges we and many others face also, which is to do with communication where your son (in our case) or daughter...
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My wife worked out my plan

My wife managed to work out my cunning plan A day off work So, during the August month of school holidays I usually book a day or two off each week (apart from next week) and a full week off so we can go away somewhere. So, today I am on one of those days off which is...
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Why we moved to the coast

I thought I would share with you all the reason why we moved down to the coast. To be honest, it was more me pushing that my wife but over time I won her over. You see, this isn't my first time living down on the South Coast. In the late 1990's (97-99) I shared a flat...
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My son is not broken!!!

"My son is not broken!". At least this is the response I should have had. That may sound like a strange opening remark, so let me tell you the short story. While out eating lunch A week or so ago,  we decided to pop out to one of the local pubs for a pub lunch. We do...
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Our little human alarm clock

Our little human alarm clock

If you’ve followed my blog or read any of my post previous, you maybe have picked up on the info about my son being non-verbal. Its certainly a bit of info you need to understand the funny part in this post - but now you know either way. My son, the little human alarm...

The calm parenting

Now Let me start by saying it's amazing. Not talking about parenting at the moment, but, rather technology. Here I am, sitting away from my home, writing a blog post using my phone. How fantastic is that. Back to the subject at hand After that little side track, let...

The biggest thing to overcome with my sons Autism

I wanted to write a post that actually relates back to my original theme of this blog  🙂 . I wanted to spend a post and write a little about one of the challenges we and many others face also, which is to do with communication where your son (in our case) or daughter...

My wife worked out my plan

My wife managed to work out my cunning plan A day off work So, during the August month of school holidays I usually book a day or two off each week (apart from next week) and a full week off so we can go away somewhere. So, today I am on one of those days off which is...

Why we moved to the coast

I thought I would share with you all the reason why we moved down to the coast. To be honest, it was more me pushing that my wife but over time I won her over. You see, this isn't my first time living down on the South Coast. In the late 1990's (97-99) I shared a flat...

My son is not broken!!!

"My son is not broken!". At least this is the response I should have had. That may sound like a strange opening remark, so let me tell you the short story. While out eating lunch A week or so ago,  we decided to pop out to one of the local pubs for a pub lunch. We do...

Is it going to be hard work?

I wanted to start by saying these this post, this rambling is just my opinion based on the 2 and half years we have had after diagnosis. The thing is, everyone's experience is different - but I wanted to put something out there that, at least tried, to answer the...

A crabbing at Mudeford

So, Sunday, yesterday, we decided it was time to go crabbing. We have been promising our No.1 (our daughter) that we would take her over to the quay and do some crabbing for a while. We had 2 options, Poole or Mudeford. We decided on Mudeford, mainly because we could...

The problem with family days out

I don't want this to sound negative It's not a negative as family days out are fun. However, Mikey (who I often refer to as no. 2) doesn't like just standing around and also, often, wants to be picked up during some walking. This doesn't stop us having fun, but often...

An afternoon out at Portland Bill Lighthouse

When ever I say Portland Bill, for some reason I imagine it to be some sort of kids show? Portland Bill, Portland Bill, and his black and white dog... (well, I know Postman Pat has a cat so...) An afternoon out to Portland Bill Titles make it sound more official,...

What happened to the school summer holidays of old

Now. I will pre-warn you. I'm going to be sounding like an old moaner in this but stay with me here. Listening to myself, I sound like one of the 'old' guys that I used to hear when I was a kid - though I have to think back further these days to remember that. What...

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