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In a bubble

Recently I have discovered we have been living in a bit of a bubble. A cocoon type of bubble, safe and warm. The bubble is where I don’t feel I have to translate anything for anyone else and we, my family of four can just be. My son who is 4.5 was diagnosed with autism […]

Outside the lines.

We’re a neurodiverse family. The neurotypicals outnumber the neurodivergents, but we make up for it with sheer awesomeness and savage wit 😉 I have to admit though, even the neurotypicals in this household are oddballs, so our quirk level runs high. Our life looks a bit different from the outside too. I often don’t realise […]

Full-Time Jobs for Pre-School Children Because of Autism???

(This post is also published on the Autism Women’s Network page.) Long before the day we received a formal autism diagnosis, I already knew my daughter was autistic. I hadn’t picked it up at first – not because the signs weren’t there, because they were, but because I didn’t see anything problematic in those signs. […]