methemanandthebaby

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Barrier-Free Travel

You tend to find a niche in this blogging business which your blog revolves around. Ten years ago I accidentally started a mummy blog, over the years this was the niche where my blog slotted in. After some time had…

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5 Things I Would Miss If We Were To Leave Ireland

Today is St Patrick’s Day, so it’s only right that I wish you ‘Lá fhéile Pádraig sona dhuit‘ considering that I’m learning Gaelic, to help the kids with their homework and the fact that we now live in Ireland. I…

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Things To Do With Kids In New York City

We found no shortage of things to do with our kids during our New York City trip if anything there was just too much to do and not enough time.  We have compiled a list of suggestions of what you…

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Our Favourite Foods From Disneyland Resort

One of my favourite reasons for enjoying Disneyland as much as we did is because of the endless food options. If the’s perfect playground for foodies, lots of restaurants to choose from as well as snack carts and quick-serve counters. Disney…

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He’s Not Getting The Education He Deserves

Though a tad bit misleading considering Dylan isn’t getting an education at all, the only access our boy has to his legal rights of education is the one I am providing him as his unqualified home tutor. Now I know…

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The First 6 Months As An Expat

That first couple of months just felt like a long holiday, that we had rented a holiday home in Ireland which felt like the real scenario because we were living out of suitcases when we first moved in while we…

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Our Clickstay Apartment – Alicate Playa, Marbella

Our Clickstay apartment getaway started the moment we hit that ‘request booking‘ button and got the email confirmation that the owner had accepted it. What followed was emails from the owner with all the details we would need for our…

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5 Ways To Ease Sea Sickness

I knew my eldest’s first trip on a ferry would have him reaching for the sick bag, the poor kid was sick throughout the whole 4 hours of that journey. I gave him enough sympathy to join in and do…

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Malaga Airport Special Needs Assistance

We have got so used to flying with English speaking airports from Ireland to the UK and back again recently that I was slightly nervous at the prospect of booking special assistance in another country. But language wasn’t a barrier when…

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Exercising With Kids: 10 Minutes, 10 Ways

Let’s face it whatever way you look at is, exercise for most of us is a chore. It’s something we know we should be doing but pushing ourselves to do just that takes some building up to – unless you…

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Six Years As An Autism Mum

My son, Sam is 7 and a half now. He was officially diagnosed with “Low functioning Autism” in 2014, but we noticed he wasn’t hitting his milestones when he was 18 months old. He had his first paediatrician appointment 6…

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Maybe Knowing Makes It Easier

Hi! I’m Pippa from A Mother’s Ramblings and I’m a Mum to a 15-year-old daughter, Top Ender, and a 10-year-old son (Sorry, but he’s asked me to point out that he is nearly 11!), Dan Jon Jr. Along with my Husband, Flyfour,…

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The Guilt

There are so many emotions that I go through when it comes to living with autism and lately, guilt is the constant reoccurrence. When I sit down and think about what I’m feeling, guilt is something I keep coming back…

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