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Tuesday 3rd May '16 - Sometimes you just gotta sit it out..

He came back from the sleepover in a horrible mood.

Like a storm brewing on the horizon…

It has been a tough day đŸ˜–

So he slept at my aunts. 518 more words

Surviving Toddler Tantrums

I have been feeling so uninspired to write lately, and have gone to do so many times but have felt like I’ve been straining for every word. 1,500 more words

Parenting's as Easy as Accepting Love

Parenting is intense. I know most people use the word ‘hard’, but I think that’s incorrect. Parenting’s pretty simple. Treat your children as you’d like to be treated, and when you don’t, apologize. 748 more words

#Unforgettable

Gentle, Respectful Punishments for Attachment Parenting?

I get a lot of emails asking me to give advice on the best, most respectful and most gentle punishments to use on children in order to help them learn boundaries and understand the consequences of their actions. 60 more words

Attachment Parenting

8 Things I won't accept this autism acceptance month

April is Autism Acceptance Month, and families like my own are celebrating neurodiversity and choosing to promote a message of acceptance of our children (and ourselves). 95 more words

Neurodiversity

When life is quiet

I have been appreciating lately the quiet in our lives.

We are not quiet. Not even a little bit quiet. We’re neurodivergent in various overlapping ways, and for us that means constant running, singing, jumping, stimming, chatting, climbing, moving and creating. 164 more words

Neurodiversity