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.…

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When dreams come true

Sometimes when I look back to before I knew Conor had Special Needs I get a lump in my throat, my heart tightens a little…

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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…

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A Special day at the Menlo

A Special Day at the Menlo Park Hotel To day I attended a brilliant Special Needs Exhibition organized by Special Heroes Ireland which took place in…

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It could be You

Raising Awareness I started The Little Puddins Blog just a short time ago and I could never have imagined all that was about to happen…

Mama

For Conor With your soft baby voice I heard you say Mama, mama – what I would do now to hear you say my name…

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Fine Motor

Fine Motor Toys – A List The one thing I have learned since becoming a Special Needs Parent is that it is SO difficult to…

Love has no words

Love has no words On the tough days when every thing has gone wrong I just want to hide away. Pull the covers up over…

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Mammy Loves Conor

Wiping tears gently away from Conor’s little face I pull him in tight, trying my best to hug and kiss away what hurts his beautiful…

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Autism knocks on the door

It is not often I am speechless (probably all the tea) but this summer I was shocked into silence, stunned actually. It was from something…

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Back to School

Back to School In a few short days the summer will officially be over. Summer clothes are being put away all over Ireland this week…

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Alone at the School Gates

I remember my first day of school like it was yesterday. My lovely daddy drove me to school that day in a little navy van.…

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Building Strong Children.

We all want our children to be happy & healthy, to live to their fullest potential. We want to know that when we are gone…