A different seat of learning Apparently teachers’ hearts sink when they learn there’s going to be a child on the spectrum in their class. Or so I’m told. I had no idea – having only encountered welcoming, friendly staff throughout Boy One’s school career so far. A slightly snippy school receptionist was as bad as it […]
19/365 Dilated to meet you
Junior bake off – my boy says shoo to the pastry bicycle
Boy One with James Morton There was much excitement this Sunday. There was a celebrity in our midst. You could tell something was happening by the number of people whose casual weekend morning attire was arranged with feverish precision.And the reason for all this tastefully styled Boden… the BBC Great British Bake Off runner up James […]
How do you spot a terrorist?
All Boy One’s own work. If you ask someone in security at Glasgow Airport they, apparently, would answer – he is 12, has Asperger’s and is fixated with cake decorating. Really. Yesterday I dropped the big Boys off at the airport so they could fly to spend a few days with their dad in Wales. They […]