Elizabeth

My Elizabeth has a diagnosis of High Functioning Autism and she’s the reason we began our home eduction journey. She just couldn’t cope in school, the stress was affecting her mental health. Since my back operation and subsequent pain and mobility issues, Elizabeth’s needs haven’t been being met to my satisfaction.  She needs constant emotional support and intervention. She struggles… Read more →

Crafty goodies from Baker Ross

The kids were already excited for Halloween because our tickets arrived for the East Lancs Railway’s Halloween Scare Train and they were begging to get the box down so we could decorate the house when the latest super surprise box come from Baker Ross. Here’s a picture of Imogen  and Leon excitedly opening the box. Oona is busy jigsaw-ing in… Read more →

Things seem to be on the up

Hello again you guys! I am reporting in to let you know that I feel things are on the up! I wrote a post a few weeks ago that outlined how hopeless I was feeling about my back. Since then I’ve been taking a supplement called MSM which is available in a powder along with glucosamine tablets because they were… Read more →

Thank you Yellow Moon!

I’m gonna have a great Mother’s Day this year, and I have a feeling Grandma might do quite well too! Yellow Moon have sent us another big lovely box of surprises that the children will be able to do without help.     We were actually just setting off in the car to go to Legoland but I just couldn’t wait… Read more →

Teletubbies review!

Remember the box? The box we were forbidden to open?    Well we were finally allowed to open it today!      The purple tissue paper…      Was opened by Miss Oona and contained Tinky Winky! Tinky Winky is her favourite and she was delighted!     The red tissue paper parcel contained …  Po!          The yellow parcel?   You guessed it!… Read more →

Teletubbies Surprise!

I’ve got exciting news! We’ve been picked to review the latest range of Teletubbies toys by Character Options! I first watched Teletubbies with my little sister when she was a teeny tot  and then we watched it again when Elizabeth, now ten was a small one.  Now it’s Oona’s turn! Teletubbies doesn’t age, the show just has universal appeal for… Read more →

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