Being a Mam is hard, being a Mam to a child with special needs is even harder, but one thing the majority of us Mams have in common is how we often put our own health on the back burner.Read More »
You’ll find a lot of blogs and articles out there about how to organise your life and everything in between.
But, I think for the majority of us being organised comes in waves.Read More »
It seems pretty self explanatory, if your child is sick no matter what illness they have been unlucky to come down with they shouldn’t go to school, but, unfortunately as is my personal experience many children are sent to school, when the only place they should be is tucked up on the couch at home with a lot of TLC.Read More »
I’ve being toying with the idea of this video for a long time.
And with the encouragement of friends and family, I decided to go ahead and make it.
Siblings of children with special needs are the unsung heroes, they are amazing and I wanted to make this video to say thanks.
So without further ado, here is the video.
A special thanks to all the amazing families who took part.
Since starting the blog, my aim has always been to educate people not only on the fact that we are family like any other, but also on disability and everything that comes along with it.
However, what I have found over the last 2 years is that there is also plenty that I can learn from our followers i.e. their perceptions of people with disabilities.
Recently, I decided that I would try and answer some of those questions that people have for me when it comes to being a parent of a child with special needs, and I encouraged our followers to ask me questions no matter how uncomfortable for me, as its important that I help educate others and give them an insight into what life is really like.
So, without further ado, I’m going to get right into the questions.Read More »