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Who's been eating my porridge

Red Velvet Cupcakes

from Road to the World

Planning a holiday to Walt Disney World while living with a disabled child.


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beautifulbellesworld

from Belle's World

Belle is 3 and has had a late diagnosis of a hearing loss. This is a blog about raising a deaf toddler.


Disabled Mummydom

Why did I cry when I found out I was having a boy?

from Disabled Mummydom

Twitter: @disabledmummy

I am disabled, have chronic pain, had four hip operations as a teen, I have Fibromyalgia and joint Hypermobility; however I still decided I would become a parent, I refused to miss out on one of the...


StacyFirks

Strawberry Fair

from Re-Creations Project

Twitter: @ReCreations_Up

Cambridgeshire mum developing an upcycling social enterprise for people with learning disabilities


And Mother Makes 5

New blog.

from And Mother makes 5!

Twitter: @jas2jar

I write about the goings on in our lives. 2 boys on the spectrum and an elder mother lead to some interesting days.


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Mabel Cooper 1944 – 2013

from SEN ParentSupport

Twitter: @senparenthelp

This blog has information and advice for parents of children who may have SEN.


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Easter Bonanza

from Oliver and Wills

Twitter: @OliverandWills

Sarah is a single mother of three. The youngest, William, is 5 and has Asperger's Syndrome and mild cerebral palsy.


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I have a problem with the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) label

from Anxious Mother

A blog from a mother who's helping her child get back to the person he was born to be, before he got ill, all the while trying to be a better parent and trying to be patient.


random pearls of wisdom

Go-Compare

from Random Pearls Of Wisdom

A father of two children, one of whom has Aspergers Syndrome, shares the trials and tribulations of family life and explains what it's like to be a parent on the wrong side of forty.


Invisible Woman

Blogging, whinging, and jigsaws.

from invisiblewoman2013

Twitter: @invisibleblog01

I am the invisible woman. I am a wife, I am a mother, I am a special needs mother. I don’t want that to be all that defines me.