Is there room in your loo for a boy like me?

The boy had a chair ◊   and short funky hair, And snazzy blue shoes ◊   which he just loved to wear. How the boy laughed ◊   and how the boy grinned, As he raced in his chair ◊   and moved like the wind. And how the boy wailed ◊   and how low the boy sat, The need came so wildly… Continue reading Is there room in your loo for a boy like me?

10 things you may not know about parenting a disabled child.

Some “friends” will disappear, but those who stay, and those who choose to be part of your new world, will be the most amazing friends a person could ever know. You will ache to depths that you didn’t know possible but you will also know unimaginable joy at things others don’t even see. No matter… Continue reading 10 things you may not know about parenting a disabled child.