We are all judged every day, even if we are oblivious to it. Parents judge other parents, children judge other children and adults judge children. Mostly this does not have any real affect on us, however problems arise when this judgement is cruel, obvious and/or continual. Since we de registered Charlie it has become startlingly … Continue reading Judgement.
Spring has finally sprung and I’ve been reflecting on lots of things. How we have grown as a family over the years and how the children have grown in many ways over the past year. It has been a short seven months since we de-registered Charlie and began our official home ed journey. In those … Continue reading Spring is for growing.
So today would have been the day we would have found out about Bailey’s reception place. I looked through my Facebook feed this morning and saw parents posts of joy in the acceptance of their child into their chosen school, and some of despair at the rejection. It is common in the home ed community … Continue reading Being Bailey
Having two children in school can make the school holidays harder for us as a family. Ebony (14) attends a mainstream secondary school. Zach (6) has ASD and attends a specialist school which is fantastic for him, but it does mean that he struggles massively when he’s out of his school routine. This means that … Continue reading Easter, Chocolate and Mud!