All posts filed under: additional needs

Grow Old With Me….

GROW OLD WITH ME…… We are not ones for overblown romantic gestures in this house. If a bouquet arrives at the office I know it’s not for me and I am really, honestly fine about it.   We have own “special” ways of showing that we […]

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No Cry, Mummy…..

NO CRY, MUMMY! It is an emotional moment for any parent when their child achieves something monumental. When you have spent day after day, month after month – even years – watching your child tirelessly try and try and try again with a steely determination […]

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My Greatest Teacher

Barely a week, or even day, goes by when we are not somehow reminded how our lives are so much richer for having Seb in it. Something I could never have anticipated before he was born, or even when we were first told of his […]

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What Are You Staring At?

WHAT ARE YOU STARING AT? Today I had one of those moments that creep up on you from nowhere. You know, when you are going about your usual business but you catch your breath as you realise how grown up your child suddenly looks. A […]

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Loving and Giving?

It is an overblown cliche that people with Down’s syndrome are “loving and giving”. If I had a pound for every well meaning person who has said that to me, I’d be living in a bigger house with a bigger kitchen. Maybe even a driveway. […]

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Perspective

This morning at school drop off something happened that made my heart swell and almost burst out of my chest with pride. It was a really small thing, something that most people would have barely noticed, but for me it was a BIG deal. I […]

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