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We love a good book at Broccoli HQ, although Hannah much prefers chewing hers *sigh*. Anyway, we paid a trip to the bookshop recently and I chose a book called Dummy by Matt Coyne.   Matt writes about parenting from … Continue reading

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Auntie Debs has a haircut

  …and Hannah’s NOT impressed!   Hello you! As I sit to write this post, my phone pings and up pops a photo of Hannah stood on a balcony in a beautiful part of Great Britain…the Lake District. My lovelies, … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about mental health

Talking about mental health issues seems to have been swept under the carpet a bit, don’t you think? (It’s just semantics, but I prefer to use the term ‘emotional health’ in this post…hope you don’t mind…bit tough if you do.  Soz about … Continue reading

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Annie goes shopping

Or, otherwise entitled… Man for hire!         Last night Hannah’s daddy and I went shopping. By the time we’d actually got out of the house, travelled to the shopping centre and parked up, we didn’t have much … Continue reading

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Sometimes, you just gotta put those Super Mama knickers on!

Or, otherwise entitled… Annie may just (definitely) have another rant! Or… I couldn’t make this stuff up if I tried!   “Super Mama Knickers” Definition (mine): A fictional* undergarment (pictured) possessing special powers.  Typically worn when a boost of empowerment … Continue reading

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Six months

Gentle Reader, please don’t be deceived by the title. This is not an announcement of an impending birth at Broccoli HQ in six months’ time. Oh, no! Whilst ones muffin top could easily be mistaken as harbouring a ‘mini-Hannah-mark-2’ in-utero … Continue reading

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Washing-up gloves and plastic chickens

I believe that kids are kids, regardless of whether they have additional needs or not.  But there’ve been times when I’ve been a bit curious as to how other people, especially other parents of average, non disabled children, perceive Hannah. … Continue reading

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Ta!

  Or, otherwise entitled…   Blimey, that’s come around a bit quick!   Well, it’ll very shortly be our third anniversary! It’s been three whole years since I started this blog. THREE.  WHOLE.  YEARS! Fancy that! Who’d have thought, eh? … Continue reading

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‘Tis the season to be jolly

Or, otherwise more aptly entitled…   Spare a thought     I wasn’t really sure how to start this post, so I guess I’ll just ramble on for a bit (nothing new there then, eh?) and hope it makes sense. … Continue reading

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Haven’t the foggiest!

Ah, Christmas.  Love it or loathe it my darlings, it’s fast approaching… Very shortly, the supermarkets will be crammed with preoccupied looking people, frantically stuffing their trolleys to the brim – as if preparing for a food shortage. Well, let’s … Continue reading

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