Books about Siblings with disabilities

We read all the time in our house, I encourage each of our children to read as much as they wish as I want them to have a broad perspective… View Post

Autism and Christmas

“Christmas” in every house is different. Whether you have a child(ren) with Special Needs or not, the expectation to create a “perfect”Christmas for your family weighs heavy on us all… View Post

Christmas Heartache

I have always loved Christmas, loved Santa, loved the super cheesy but festive Christmas songs you hear in all the shops in November and December. It really can be the… View Post

You will forget me

I don’t always have the answer when I should, maybe it is because I am still learning, and always will be as my beautiful little people grow up. There is… View Post

A special Christmas List

Last Year was the first time I could tell Conor really understood what Christmas was all about. I will never forget his face on Christmas morning. He was so happy… View Post

I’m glad I don’t have Autism.

When I think of Conor and the future I try to think not too far ahead, thinking instead of small steps of progress. I am always hopeful of the future… View Post