Learning About Porcupines, Sloths & Other Animals, With The Home Safari Resources From Cincinnati Zoo

There are a great deal of amazing online resources that have been created because of the lockdown/quarantine situation we’re currently living in. One of them is the ‘Home Safari’ from Cincinnati Zoo, and we’ve been using this as one of our learning resources this spring. The amazing zoo keepers do a facebook live every day … More Learning About Porcupines, Sloths & Other Animals, With The Home Safari Resources From Cincinnati Zoo

Baking Together: Colourful Marzipan Lava Cookies (Gluten-Free)

Working on life skills such as cooking is of great importance to us, especially as we would like our son to achieve a reasonable degree of independence despite his disabilities. If you’ve followed us for a while, you’ll know that baking together is something we enjoy and do on a fairly regular basis. At the … More Baking Together: Colourful Marzipan Lava Cookies (Gluten-Free)

Days Out In The South East: Christmas Time At Hever Castle!

Hever Castle has for quite some time been on my wish list of places I’d like us to visit. Last week it finally came true, and it turned out to be a truly magical experience! I’m sure the castle and gardens are amazing at any time of the year, but now during the Christmas period … More Days Out In The South East: Christmas Time At Hever Castle!

Our Life With Sensory Processing Disorder – Part II

Welcome to part two of our mini-series on sensory processing differences, where as promised in part I, I’ll explain a little bit about the three lesser known senses: the vestibular system, proprioception and interoception. (If you missed part one, you can find it here.) Firstly, just a few short words on terminology. I’m using the … More Our Life With Sensory Processing Disorder – Part II

Our Life With Sensory Processing Disorder – Part I

October has many ‘awareness days’ and is ‘awareness month’ for several things that are of specific interest to me because of them being related to Penguin in one way or another. I already mentioned in my post on the first day of this month about it being AAC Awareness Month, which is highly relevant to us … More Our Life With Sensory Processing Disorder – Part I

10 Sensory Rich, Frugal Fun Activities for Sunny Summer Days!

(This post is not an ad/sponsored. It does contain an affiliate link to Amazon, which means that if you click through to the linked product and decide to make a purchase, I should receive a small commission as thanks from Amazon, at no extra cost to you.) As you might have gathered, I often get … More 10 Sensory Rich, Frugal Fun Activities for Sunny Summer Days!

Painting Wet-On-Wet: A Mindful Sensory Art Experience

We did some wet-on-wet painting yesterday, and it made me think about the things I really like about it. I especially appreciate how it tends to give great results despite being so simple. Or maybe it’s BECAUSE it’s so simple that the results are great..? Either way, I thought it could be worthwhile sharing with … More Painting Wet-On-Wet: A Mindful Sensory Art Experience

Celebrating ‘Lucia’: A Scandinavian Tradition

One of the very few Scandinavian traditions which I like to keep alive to some extent after our move from Sweden to the UK (almost two years ago now) is the yearly ‘Lucia’ celebrations on 13 December, also known as ‘St Lucy’s Day’. WHAT IS IT? In short, celebrating Lucia consists of watching or participating … More Celebrating ‘Lucia’: A Scandinavian Tradition