Tag: My Wild Ones

My Wild Ones – Days out with SPD take a bit of managing.

Matthew has a mild form of Sensory Processing Disorder. It causes him issues with sensitivity to noise, new environments, crowds, busy places, and places he is not sure he feels comfortable in. This can make planning a day out with

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Just a boy…

We are incredibly lucky to live near a rather lovely spot that could almost be countryside, smack bang in the middle of suburban life. It’s a spot we love to visit, and has the added bonus of having some cows

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My Wild Ones – Every puddle must be jumped in…

I have a six year old boy, who loves jumping in puddles. Any kind of puddle. It can be a small one or a big one. He doesn’t care. He loves it. I can’t say I blame him. I love

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My Wild Ones – when a place is so close but you have never explored it…

So recently, Emily and I had the opportunity to visit Painshill Park, in Surrey. An 18th century landscape garden. It’s the first time I have ever been there, and it’s not that far from where we live and I have

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My Wild Ones – elusive badgers…

So most weeks you’ll find us tramping about our local copse, a rather wild but pretty bit of land near our house that is known to be an area where there are badger sets. We are usually there to collect

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My Wild Ones – Rambling in the brambles…

We have a little boy who likes animals. Our current menagerie include a hamster, a giant snail and now some stickinsects called Twig and Sticky (original, I know!) The stickinsects like fresh leaves. Bramble leaves to be precise. This means

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