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Moors, Wood and Water

One of the things we do a lot in this family is walk… so I was pleased to see that this week’s #WASO theme was ‘where we walk’. Today Boyo and himself went a on a walk… a 10km Beaver … Continue reading

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A visitor called anxiety! 

Last Sunday, the boys and myself had to take ‘himself’ somewhere and leave him for several hours. I was stressed for many reasons, himself was stressed as well. We had a plan, it basically worked, we dropped him off, we … Continue reading

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Birthday’s…

Until yesterday, it truly has been one of those weeks. Boyo has very mixed feelings about his birthday… due partly to the fact he moved (to us) just a few days before his second birthday. And whilst he cannot verbalise … Continue reading

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February memories…

It’s the end of February half term, a time that is filled with memories for me – both joyous and sad. So it fits that this week’s #WASO over at the Adoption Social is ‘Look how far we’ve come’ 8 … Continue reading

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Meeting… Team around the child

So it’s nearly two weeks since our Team Around the Child (TAC) at school…since when I have heard nothing from our Post Adoption Social Worker and had an apology from the SENCO. The SENCO had invited a selection of people … Continue reading

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Backwards and Forwards

2014 has been a year of discovery, full of steps forwards and giant falls backwards. I can only go into 2015 and with hope, because without hope we have nothing. There are reasons for some small glimmers of hope, a … Continue reading

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Attachment disorder and boyo

I realised whilst at work earlier this week, that although some people know that our eldest boy has difficulties, I have been quite resolute in telling people that things are okay. They aren’t okay, but it makes conversations easier if … Continue reading

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