I Am Not Super Mum

Courtesy of social media and that mum guilt that is instilled in us all from the very second our children are born (gotta love it); I don’t doubt that there are many mums out there who don’t feel the pressure to be the perfect parent. The moment your child enters this world, overwhelmed, you realise… Continue reading I Am Not Super Mum

The Guessing Game

The realisation of how valuable speech is has been brought home to me in a new way recently as our nearly two year old daughter, Sydney, is a complete chatterbox. “Drink” she proclaims. “Sore” she says when she hurts herself. And then I hear her trying to sing along to things in the back of… Continue reading The Guessing Game

Raising Awareness Of Changing Places Toilets This Disabled Access Day

10-12th March 2017 marks Disabled Access Day in the UK and whilst it’s a great opportunity to shout about all the great accessible places that we know and love, it also gives us a platform to highlight all of the problems the disabled community face because of inaccessibility. The Cambridge Dictionary defines inclusion “as the… Continue reading Raising Awareness Of Changing Places Toilets This Disabled Access Day