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Complicated Gorgeousness
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Our life with a little boy that rocks complicated in a gorgeous way
Our life with a little boy that rocks complicated in a gorgeous way

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An open letter to my MP: let's talk about undiagnosed conditions
Dear Mr Godsiff How are you? I am so glad you retained your seat for Birmingham Hall Green at the recent election and you had my vote again. Today I am joining with a group of bloggers to write open letters to our MPs to ask them to join the All Party Parli...

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Mummy rage (when you are a special needs parent)
We all get it. That bubbling volcanic rush of blood to the head. When rational thought goes out the window. When you know that you should calm down and defer to reasoning mode, appeal to better natures and what not. BUT you just can't help it. Hell you don'...

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So you are starting school
So, my boy, you are starting school. The time has come. Too fast. But here nonetheless. My last baby on your next adventure. The first big chapter that you'll do alone. When I see all the little ones in their too-big uniforms looking like they are playing d...

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Does mummy blogging have a shelf life?
I started blogging two and a half years ago by default really. I didn’t even know ‘mummy and daddy blogs’ existed. There was barely a mention of them on Facebook back then. Now my news feed is littered with shared posts - some funny, others sad, lots truly ...

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This is how you do it (disability is no big deal)
An excerpt from the early memoirs of Prime Minister Gabe, leader of the free world. Then aged 4 and three quarters. This was during his days as a hip hop music producer ripping off Katy Perry hits.  Produced on his cousin Joe's old Casio keyboard. Peace out...

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Parallel lives
I was half way there when I first saw him. The gut ache of regret and loss didn’t get me that first time. That came much later in the day. To remind me that in the most mundane of moments, grief can sucker punch you at any time. In an attempt to shake off t...

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Game, set and match: how to win the lie-in game
Picture the scene. It is 5am and your young child is awake and not happy. You are now awake and not happy. Your husband, however, is asleep. And looks far too happy. Despite what my tee-shirt says I am not happy. Not a bit. Still half comatose you wander in...

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How not to flick people in the face when your child has a feeding issue
Toddlers are fussy little monkeys when it comes to food - that is a well known fact. Apparently it's an evolution thing - an instinctive defence against eating potentially unsafe or dangerous foods or some other blah blah that means nothing when you are in ...

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My Dad - growing up with a rebel
It was one of those lovely post-roast moments on a cold Sunday. The remnants of the previous evening's drunken shenanigans with friends had finally abated and the hangover hunger was sated by my mum's Yorkshire puddings. Settling on the sofa as an old film ...

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And now for the cringey bit (updated)...
My lovely little brother is running in the Liverpool Rock and Roll Marathon on Sunday to raise money for Gabriel. It is hard to find the words to thank people when they do something amazing like this to make our little boy's quality of life a bit brighter. ...
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