…The tough gets going. Family life gets tough sometimes, you know the days where we grit through over grinned teeth to our partners, those days where your stomach physically turns over at the sight of the over multiplying washing pile, your ears are ringing from the concert worthy noise projected from your little darlings lungs.Continue reading “WhenTheGoingGetsTough…”
There’s something so therapeutic about rainy days. The multitude of shades of grey, coolness of the breeze, that comforting fresh smell during rainstorms whilst wet droplets gently roll down our rosy cheeks. Lockdown confined at home has started to become a kingdom of boredom. If you have a child with sensory seeking behaviours, rain isContinue reading “RainyDays.”
Meet our new little furry member, Luna! When the world seemed a tad crazy and full of unknown, we decided to inject some happiness and sprinkle some smiles on our children’s faces. Luna is a marbled snow Bengal.
In recent light of events, I have really taken time out to further educate myself. I understand that I can never understand. However I stand.
This week is deaf awareness week, each day we will be uploading new signs for you to copy at home! We would love to see them! Here Livy signs I am proud to be deaf. Luka-James shows us how to sign ‘My sister is deaf’. A phrase and sign that’s really useful, especially if they’reContinue reading “DeafAwarenessWeek.”
When something beyond our control changes life as we know it, it’s how we deal with what we CAN control that shapes our days. From 23rd March, we all as a nation woke the very next day full of apprehensive uncertainty, most of us waking up finding ourselves being an entirely different parent from theContinue reading “KeepBelieving.”
How’s home schooling week 7… Or is it week 6..? We successfully got dressed before 9am and sat at the table with colouring books for the younger two and a handwriting workbook for Luka-James. Coffee to hand feeling smug, I’ve got this shit under control. 9.45am Crayola crayons blast through the air quicker than aContinue reading “HomeSchoolingFail.”
We’re all still in the midst of a global crisis, If you found that you’re checking the time like clockwork, you’re just getting through an hour at a time. You’re not alone. Eventually in due course you prepare to get by a day at a time. With three children all at different developments, the veryContinue reading “You’reNotAlone.”
P e a k a b o o ! Just because it’s a little gloomy, doesn’t mean we can’t smile through the downpour. ☔️
High risk and vulnerable. Both Livy and myself received letters this week notifying us both that we fall into the category of being vulnerable and at high risk of serious illness if we become in contact of COVID19. And at more risk of being admitted into hospital than others. It’s such a worrying time forContinue reading “HighRisk.”