Watch-cat

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When we first took Rascal to the vet as a kitten we were told that he had
‘bonding issues and behavioural problems,’ Nonna was most amused at the time. Here you can witness his issues as he guards the boys at night, from 8 o’clock sharp he starts to yeowl for them to come up to bed and then he stays there, up and down the ladder, checking, in-between nips next door to check on my daughter. He’s usually pretty tired by the morning, it’s a nocturnal thing of course, perfectly natural in a cat.


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Three little monkeys

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Say “hi” to “Nonna” for me.


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Family time

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Full of activities so my productivity is more or less zilch.

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Boing, boing, boing

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One heck of a fun day!

I just wish I’d had the video to hear those squeals……all the way up…..and all the way down…..again and again and again. Now that’s my kind of proprioceptive input.

In addition today, if you have a spare moment or are looking for other autism sites you may with to nip along to “Nurse Practitioner” where you can investigate a “list” of diverse sites about “autism.”

And don’t forget to add your name to the “book giveaway” and spare a thought for “Nonna.”


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Dress Code

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The old yardstick

The new metre

Well it is summer and hot, so this will do very nicely thank you.
[by his own fair hand to boot!]

And don’t forget to add your name to the “book giveaway.”


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Figure it out?

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Now this made me very happy after I’d stubbed my bare feet on heaps of abandoned bricks. But I couldn’t work out just why they were underneath the table in front of his seat.

Then I shifted gears:- Brake, clutch, accelerator.

“Nonna” and I are gaining “ground.”


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Tide marks of handprints? Another new first!

Not so long back my children were earth bound with feet of clay, never to venture from my side they clung like limpets. Less than 18[?] months ago, they wouldn’t even venture upstairs during daylight hours. The whole second story was a place of trepidation.

And I’m passing the cleaning duties to the twit that let them watch Spiderman.


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Friends for the next century

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On another tack, there’s this little woman whom I have never met, called Vicki. She lives just a hop skip and a jump up the road from me and blogs at “Speak Softly.” She’s a busy little bug what with her “Literary Mama” column. I expect you know her too. What you may have missed, what with it being summer and all, is that her book “This Lovely Life” which is featured over here on this “Web page,” although my copy is winging it way from “Amazon,” probably via some unfortunate carrier pigeon knowing my luck. I’m pretty confident that it’ll prove a great read as she’s one of those eternal optimists but I’ll keep you posted.


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A Snip of Peace and Quiet on Brownsea Island

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But it only lasted a nano second!


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Nesting Jetlag

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