Jodie Alice Fisher

What Is A Glucagon Stimulation Test?

It has been a while since I took some time to update you on Elsa. The last time was back in October 2020 when I explained what was happening with Elsa – we’d been to an appointment in November 2019 with the view to having Elsa put on the Autism assessment waiting list. There we were made aware of a …

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Buying a Mattress Online? This is What You Must Know

Most people want their search for a mattress online to save them both time and money. With a number of websites that allow you to purchase a mattress and have it delivered to your doorstep, finding the best mattress online has never been easier. You no longer have to endure busy showrooms and shopping centres to find the right mattress …

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Grandad’s 90th Birthday

Imagine being alive for 32,850 days. That’s a lot of days, a lot of memories, and one heck of an adventure! My Grandad turned 90-years old back in May. It’s hard to fathom just how many things he must have been through in his lifetime, he was a young boy during the Second World War for one and he was …

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Coping with Hay fever

Hay fever season is well and truly in full swing. Usually in the season hits its peak from mid-March to September. Hay fever is an allergic reaction to pollen that can affect your eyes, nose, mouth, and throat. People are allergic to all the different types of pollen – grass, weed, flowers, trees and sometimes it feels like it is …

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Siblings 2021 – June

June has been quite the emotional rollercoaster. One moment I’m flying high above the clouds and in the next moment, I fall crashing down. I’m not sure if it’s delayed grief or just the normal waves and how my life will be permanently going forward. June has been similar with regards to its up and down weather – a very …

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Scentered Signature Ritual Collection Therapy Balm

Going through grief, especially from the death of a parent, is the toughest experience that a body can go through. I think for me it has even topped the pain of childbirth. I have heard, read and watched so many experiences of grief and what to expect. The top thing that has come out of it, is that grieving is …

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5 Teaching Methods Used In Pre-Schools

Although all pre-schools aim to lay the foundation for kids to be better prepared for future education, they have slightly different approaches and techniques in teaching. All these have a great impact on the students’ mindset, thinking, social and cognitive development.  Getting to know the significant differences is vital before selecting the right pre-school for your child. Play-Way method The Playway …

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All About Dogs Show & Mum’s First Birthday In Heaven

Since my Mum’s death, I have watched and researched lots of things about bereavement to equip myself with all stages of grief. I remember watching a video that said “You always expect first milestones after a loved one’s death to be hard. But actually, you end up surrounded by people that care, and your heart protects you on those days. …

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Marsh Farm Superheroes & Princesses

It will be no surprise to those of you who have been reading my blog for a while, that we made a trip to Marsh Farm Animal Adventure Park this half term. It’s one of our favourite places to go for a day out. Marsh Farm has a great mixture of outdoor playgrounds, a few farm animals to see and …

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Siblings 2021 – May

It feels a little bit odd that I’ve snuck myself into the thumbnail of a Siblings post. I quite like that photo of my girls and me although every time I look back on photos, I realise how quickly my girls are soon going to be taller than me. Freya is probably a few centimetres away and Eva is rapidly …

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Car Maintenance and Tyre Safety Tips

Whether you are heading to pick your kids up from school or going out to get groceries, it is important that you make sure your car is in a roadworthy condition. For your vehicle to be in a roadworthy condition one of the important things you can do is to make a habit of frequently looking after your car and …

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The Funeral & Saying Goodbye To My Mum – A COVID Victim

I realised I hadn’t had the chance to sit and write about my Mum’s funeral. Life has been about focusing on surviving each day as they come. The one person who always encouraged my writing was my beautiful Mum, and so I felt like I needed to stop for a moment to share these photos and the experiences we went …

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Good Friday Birthday Celebrations

There seems to be a bit of a habit-forming on my behalf, and that is that I am becoming a bit rubbish at documenting life as it happens. The whole reason I started this blog in the first place. There are quite a few draft blog posts that I need to find the time and energy to complete. Like this …

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Learning To Read With The Bear Can Read

After finding a fantastic older readers subscription box from Tales By Mail, we went on the search for the perfect box for Elsa to enjoy. One that she could get equally excited for. For anyone reading this that has just stumbled across my blog post, Elsa is six years old and is diagnosed with Selective Mutism. This can make learning at …

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Siblings 2021 – April

April has been a busy month. My husband celebrated his 31st birthday, we had the school Easter holidays and restrictions eased in the UK allowing us to have a day out at an attraction for the first time this year. I look back on April last year and am left wondering why it’s still so cold this year. We were …

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