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The First Word is the Hardest to Write

Sometimes I feel a little scared to write. The first word is always the hardest – putting pen to paper instils a sense of responsibility and vulnerability. 576 more words

The Sweetest Word

For 6 years I have waited.

I have prayed.

I have dreamed.

In my dreams, I hear your precious voice. I feel the joy in my soul and pride in my heart with every spoken word. 371 more words

Special Needs Child

Verbal; but not happy.

Recently I have been finding things really tough..
Obviously I am over-joyed by Dylan’s progress, being able to know the names of colours and to say the sounds for the majority of the letters in the alphabet, don’t get me wrong, that’s incredible. 575 more words


First word! 

At 8.5 months old we officially have our first word. She’s been shouting it (she doesn’t use her inside voice) for the past month along with ‘ma da ba ha‘ but we just put it down as her making sounds and finding her voice since she also likes to look you dead in the eye and scream, because that’s just hilarious! 236 more words


Babies First Word (kinda)

When people talk about their children’s first words, more often than not they’re so sure and assertive as to where, when and what the word was and to be brutally honest I was fully expecting to be one of those. 287 more words


Writing Lines: T-S D1.108 and the Song of Moses

by Kim Phillips

When a medieval Jewish scribe sat down to write the Torah, he[1]

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