Author Archives: Jeannette

National Citizen Service for Year 11 teens for Summer 2018 

By | April 24, 2018

Being a parent to two teenagers (a son of 15 and a daughter of 13, both with autism), I cannot help but worry about the world that they are growing up in, not just from an additional needs viewpoint but also with regard to the multiple stabbings in London so far this year. We live in […]

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Safety Tips When Using A Moses Basket For Your Baby 

By | April 16, 2018

 Parents-to-be will inevitably face this question when choosing a bed for their new born baby: should they get a crib, carrycot, baby cot, bassinet, or a Moses basket? Many decide to go for a Moses basket because they offer a cosy alternative to the large cot, helping create a reassuring and enveloping space for their […]

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InstaLinkLove – Week 83 #instalinklove

By | April 14, 2018

Welcome to Week 83 of InstaLinkLove!      If you haven’t joined us before, then this is the easy-to-use linky which helps you get your Instagram posts a bit more interaction and interest. Thank you to everyone who linked up last week and welcome to those who are back for more and those who are […]

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InstaLinkLove – Week 82 #instalinklove 

By | April 7, 2018

Welcome to Week 82 of InstaLinkLove!     If you haven’t joined us before, then this is the easy-to-use linky which helps you get your Instagram posts a bit more interaction and interest. Thank you to everyone who linked up last week and welcome to those who are back for more and those who are first-timers. […]

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InstaLinkLove – Week 81 #instalinklove

By | March 31, 2018

Welcome to Week 81 of InstaLinkLove and Happy Easter! The Linky is back to “business as usual” this week, closing tomorrow April 1st.    If you haven’t joined us before, then this is the easy-to-use linky which helps you get your Instagram posts a bit more interaction and interest. Thank you to everyone who linked […]

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InstaLinkLove – Week 80 #instalinklove 

By | March 25, 2018

Welcome to Week 80 of InstaLinkLove!     The linky is open until 9.30pm on Tuesday 27/3 this week.  If you haven’t joined us before, then this is the easy-to-use linky which helps you get your Instagram posts a bit more interaction and interest. Thank you to everyone who linked up last week and welcome to […]

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The Picture (and the meltdown) 

By | March 24, 2018

D loves to draw, it – along with looking at countless similar pictures of My Little Pony or Minecraft on google – is one of her self-calming tools. She’s always drawn and every birthday/Christmas/other occasion card she writes is accompanied by a drawing, some of which are incredibly detailed. Drawing brings her happiness but, this […]

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InstaLinkLove – Week 79 #instalinklove 

By | March 17, 2018

Welcome to Week 79 of InstaLinkLove!      f you haven’t joined us before, then this is the easy-to-use linky which helps you get your Instagram posts a bit more interaction and interest. Thank you to everyone who linked up last week and welcome to those who are back for more and those who are […]

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InstaLinkLove – Week 78 #instalinklove 

By | March 10, 2018

Welcome to InstaLinkLove and Week 78!      f you haven’t joined us before, then this is the easy-to-use linky which helps you get your Instagram posts a bit more interaction and interest. Thank you to everyone who linked up last week and welcome to those who are back for more and those who are first-timers. […]

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The wonky feet saga 

By | March 7, 2018

Its a strange feeling, knowing that this time in six weeks I’ll (hopefully) be at home, recovering from what should be my last operation on my feet, affectionately known as #scarfeet on the blog. Trying to imagine how things will look under the bandages and hoping that I’ll have “a matching pair” of feet, to […]

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