5 Brilliant Books For Helping Your Child With Autism & SPD

(This post is not sponsored and all views are my own. If you click on any of the book titles, they are links which take you to amazon.co.uk. However, I’m not currently part of their affiliate scheme, so the links are purely for your convenience.) Our son Penguin was diagnosed with autism when he was four. … More 5 Brilliant Books For Helping Your Child With Autism & SPD

Meringue Snowmen a la ‘Big Cook, Little Cook’!

Yesterday, we made meringue snowmen, just like they make for Father Christmas in an episode of ‘Big Cook, Little Cook’. This was our first attempt at these, and we may not have payed perfect attention to how much sugar that actually went in, which I suspect is why these fellows turned out slightly more tanned than they … More Meringue Snowmen a la ‘Big Cook, Little Cook’!

Baking gingerbread

After two days of playing with gingerbread playdough, it was time for the real thing: Making gingerbread! The dough needs to be made a day in advance (or very early in the morning), as it has to rest in the fridge for around 10-12 hours or more, or the consistency won’t be very good for … More Baking gingerbread

A trip to the leisure center that nearly tipped our sensory scales

A couple of days ago we visited a leisure center in a nearby town, to go swimming. We’ve been there once before, about three months ago, so it wasn’t a completely new environment for Penguin, though still quite unfamiliar. And as usual when we come to places that Penguin’s not yet used to, he was … More A trip to the leisure center that nearly tipped our sensory scales