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Holden and I are a couple guys who like to live life to its fullest. We utilize his equiptment to have some epic adventures.
I remember clearly the first time that the diagnosis “Cerebral Palsy”…
by Sarah Kay on 16th March, 2018
The Down’s Syndrome Advantage Part One.
by The Odd Sock Diary on 16th March, 2018
What my Daughter has Taught me in 4 Years
by Ceri-Ann Brown on 16th March, 2018
Temporary changing place toilets have their place, but they should never be a permanent…
by Laura Moore on 15th March, 2018
I love this time of year.
by Rebecca Shayler-Adams on 13th March, 2018
I was recently walking the dog up a very steep hill.
by Ceri-Ann Brown on 13th March, 2018
There really is nothing like becoming a mum.
by Ann Hickman on 13th March, 2018
Or should that be “SN-oh! Days”, for those, like us, who have a child…
by Sarah Kay on 12th March, 2018
I haven’t blogged for a while. I had a second child, and spent a year…
by Emily Sutton on 9th March, 2018
My life changed when I became a mum.
by Sarah Kay on 9th March, 2018
Mother ~ They walk among us daily.
by Ger Smyth on 9th March, 2018
To the mother of my children,
by Rebecca Shayler-Adams on 9th March, 2018
For me, the saying, “life doesn’t come with a manual, it comes with a…
by Laura Rutherford on 9th March, 2018
Before I had a child with disabilities, I’m ashamed to say that I didn’t…
How About #DisabledAccessEveryday!’
by Mark Arnold on 9th March, 2018
Going out with my kids isn’t always easy.
by Ann Hickman on 8th March, 2018
I see women around me who bring up their children with warmth, care and affection.
by Zowie Kaye on 8th March, 2018
The Story of Jess Chippendale
by Laura Moore on 8th March, 2018
International Women's Day grew out of the labour movement to become a UN-recognised…
A wheelchair adapted vehicle has made life easier for our family.
by Laura Moore on 6th March, 2018
As Disabled Access day approaches, I would sure love to bring attention to our changing…
by Brittney Baumgartner on 6th March, 2018
“We didn’t realise we were making memories, we just knew we were having…
by Emily Sutton on 6th March, 2018
Who is She? She is the one we seek comfort from.
by Ger Smyth on 5th March, 2018
A facebook friend of mine recently posted a link to an interview with a woman who…
by Rebecca Toal on 28th February, 2018
Tesco's motto is every little helps. It’s a particularly apt motto if you're…
by Laura Rutherford on 28th February, 2018
One of the lesser known eating disorders is ARFID (avoidant/restrictive food intake…
by Emily Sutton on 28th February, 2018
I was supposed to be on a flight this morning to America.
When my daughter was born in 2015, I knew my world would never be the same. …
by Guest Bloggers on 27th February, 2018
rare ADJECTIVE (of an event, situation, or condition) not occurring very often.
by Emma Murphy on 27th February, 2018
Officially, a disease is classed as rare if it affects fewer than 1 in 2,000 people.