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F.A.T. City Workshop: Resource Review

How difficult can this be?  The F.A.T. City Workshop: Understanding Learning Disabilities (Presented by Richard D. Lavoie)

I first watched this at a course about Learning Related Vision Problems and how to treat it with therapy. 440 more words


Communication: are we on the same page??

One thing we don’t need a book or blog for and can be absolutely sure of when we have children is that our priorities change. We may not have a clue what to do when we look into our baby’s eyes (or nappies!) but as mothers and parents we all know that they immediately become our priority and quite rightly so. 600 more words

Mummy Mayhem And Mascara

Do you have a "Velcro Dog"?

What on earth is a “Velcro Dog”? Well, this particular dog has many characteristics similar to those of velcro – they stick! And sometimes the more you try to unhook them from your fluffy cashmere sleeve, the more they attach! 1,157 more words

My dog has muddy paws

There have been more comments about pets and their owners personality following the comment I posted in The Conversation. This is a digression about pet ownership and parenting styles. 916 more words


Our pets and our personalities

An interesting article has just been published in The Conversation. It is about how people’s choice of a pet may be influenced by their personality. 1,757 more words


Wise Child Workbooks teach your child emotional intelligence

If you’re anything like me you picked up some of those colourful maths and English workbooks when the kids were young – numbers and letters, matching and finding stuff – because they got a kick out of doing them and it felt good to know that they were practicing the fundamentals of skills they would be needing through life. 806 more words