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Win Flip & Tip the dustcart from Wow Toys in our Big Christmas Countdown

18 Dec

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DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS

With just a week to go till Christmas everyone’s getting pretty excited, myself included!

As promised, I’ll be bringing you some super competitions in the run up to the big day, so… here’s yet another of them awesome competitions right here, right now!

The Prize

This fantastic flip and tip dustcart so kindly donated by the lovely people at WOW Toys

It’s so easy to enter, just do the following compulsory action and for extra entries, just follow the steps below.

Compulsory Actions

Comment on any other post here on the blog… then return to this post and in a comment tell me which post you commented on as-well as your all time favourite Christmas food!

Be sure to leave only the one comment for the compulsory action with your contact details (twitter, email etc.)

Additional Entries 

For additional entries, just use any of the share buttons in this post to share the competition, remembering to leave an additional comment for each and every additional action you do. Please remember to leave a contact so I can reach you in the event that you win!

Competition will close on the 5th January 2012 at midnight

T&C

UK only, closing date is as stated above and no entries will be entered after this time. The winner will be drawn at random soon after the closing date and the winner will have 72 hours to respond to the winning notification before a possible redraw. There is no alternative to the prize which will be sent out directly from the people at WOW Toys. Winner will need to email me their postal address which I will forward to Wow Toys and their name will be published on this blog as the winner of the competition. 

Winner of the brand new Peppa Pig DVD title

10 Nov

Sorry about the delay here guys but was just waiting for random picker to finish the recent update of their site.

Nonetheless, I’m pleased to announce that the winner of the ‘Peppa Pig International day’ DVD, that was drawn at random using the ‘Random Picker’ is….

Tired-Mummy (@TiredmummyofTwo)

Congratulations please contact me with your details via the email address in the sidebar or on twitter

Sorry to all those who didn’t win, we have competitions still running and plenty more on the way

To see the winning protocol click HERE

Win family tickets to LEGOLAND Discovery Centre

25 Oct


Have I got a treat for you guys.

A Halloween special 

The guys at LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Manchester have asked me to run an exciting competition here on the blog.

 I have a family ticket (consisting of up to 2 adults and 2 children) to the awesome LEGOLAND Discovery Centre, to give away to one of our very lucky readers.

 It’s all happening this half-term at the Discovery centre. Little ones can have fun at the Duplo village and Little girls can go wild at the Princess palace. For those wanting a real hands on experience why not take part in the build and test activities. 

 There is so much to discover from the LEGO STUDIOS, MINILANE and LEGO UNIVERSE, to the awesome LEGO CONSTRUCTION site.

Just when you thought things couldn’t get any better, the LEGOLAND Discovery centre are hosting a number of exciting events and activities this half-term especially for Halloween. 

Why not head down there for some spook-tacler fun.The kids can join the monster mash (A LEGO monster building challenge taking place daily)

 They can have great fun building their own LEGO Frankenstein in the Model Builder’s Workshop, searching for the skeletons and ghouls in MINILAND or brave the gloomy Factory Tour if they dare!  

Here’s some need to know info..

If you currently buy an unlimited pass LEGOLAND Discovery Centre will give you a FREE £10 LEGO set Plus a FREE Ticket to LEGOLAND Windsor

All for just £27.00

 HOW’S THAT FOR AN OFFER!

This prize is so smoking hot that I want it for myself!

Yes, I haven’t told the LEGO mad Little man about the LEGO Discovery Centre because we are in London and he will be dragging me up to Manchester in a flash!

 So… DO you wanna win this spectacular price?

 Then here’s how!

 Compulsory action

 Subscribe to this blog via email, then leave me a comment telling me why you want to win.

 EXTRA ENTRIES 

 Tweet: “I want to win with LEGO Discovery tickets with @clairelouise82 & @LDCManchester” (ADDING THE URL TO THIS POST)

Comment to let me know you did it.

 Share this post on Facebook by clicking the fb share button in this post

 Comment to let me know you did it!

 For your last chance

 Digg or Stumble this post by using the share buttons in the post.

 Leave an additional comment to let me know you did it!

 ALL COMMENTS SHOULD CONTAIN A CONTACT EMAIL OR TWEET ADDRESS TO BE VAILD. 

Competition will close on the 10 November 2011 Midnight. Winner will be drawn at random and notified by email or twitter. The Winner will have 48 hours to confirm, after this time another winner will be drawn.

COMPETITION IS OPEN TO UK ONLY.  

Disclaimer: I haven’t been paid for this post, nor have I received any type of product in exchange. I am running the competition as we are big LEGO fans (especially Little man aka A boy with aspergers). We appreciate the support we get from our readers and would like to give something back. This is an amazing prize so please feel free to enter, Good Luck!

Win Peppa pigs brand new DVD title

16 Oct

This week’s been all about the pig…

At the start of the week we received a copy of Peppa pig international day to carry out a review. Harley is a massive Bob the builder fan and his been watching Bob pretty much every day, so it was nice when he agreed to watch a little Peppa. 

On the very next day I received an email from the very lovely Romanian mum offering me a lovely little gift… Well, Little is the wrong word, It wasn’t a little gift at all, it was actually a family ticket for four for the Peppa pig live treasure hunt  show at the Gi in Guilford this pass Friday.

Romanian mum had won the tickets from another lovely blogger but wasn’t able to attend due to work comitments. I felt quite humbled that she had thought of me and wish to publicly thank her for here kindness here on my blog!

THANK YOU ROMANIAN MUM  YOU’RE AWESOME.

I took Harley my 22 month old along with my sister and her daughter who is just ten weeks younger than Harley. Wow, They loved it and Harley danced to all songs and bless him, he even copied the actions.

So by the time I left the Gi and traveled on the train back to southeast London I was all Peppa-ed  Out.

I, however could only speak for myself as Harley had only just began! He disappeared upstairs only to appear with a Peppa DVD along with the statement,

“Peppa on… mummy”…

As lovely as Peppa is, I actually fell asleep while it was playing only to wake the next morning with an elbow wedged in my side. 

Since Friday I’ve heard Peppa as background noise as its been spinning in the DVD player non stop so my guess is Harley thinks its great DVD.

(and so did I the first, second and maybe even third time! A tad bored by the fifth I think, :))

Nevertheless regardless of the toddler wearing the hell out off it, the new “Peppa pig international day” DVD is a fab collection of episodes that are sure to put a smile on the faces of all little Peppa fans.

Here’s a bit of info on the latest title added to the Peppa DVD collection.

Peppa Pig International Day and Other Stories

 AVAILABLE TO OWN ON DVD FROM MONDAY 24th OCTOBER 2011

 Peppa Pig, the UK’s No. 1 pre-school character, returns to entertain your little ones this autumn in a brand new DVD Peppa Pig International Day and Other Stories.

 Available from Monday 24th October 2011 (£12.99 RRP, Cert U, Entertainment One) just in time for the school and nursery half term break, the DVD is packed with 11 fun-filled tales about Peppa Pig and her family with all the joy and laughter we’ve come to expect from this adorable character.

 Peppa Pig is a loveable, cheeky piggy who lives with her little brother George, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig. Peppa’s favourite things include playing games, dressing up, days out and jumping in muddy puddles. Her adventures always end happily with loud snorts of laughter.

 Join Peppa Pig and her little brother George for the lead International Day episode, where Peppa and all her friends at playgroup dress up as different countries from all over the world, and 10 other adventures that will have the whole family singing Peppa Pig – Oink Oink!

 EPISODE LISTING

International Day – Grampy Rabbit’s Boatyard – Shake Rattle and Bang – Pottery — Mr Fox’s Van – Biggest Puddle in the World – Chatterbox – Chloe’s Big Friends – Edmond Elephant’s Birthday –  Gym Class

BONUS EPISODE – Paper Aeroplane

 PEPPA PIG – INTERNATIONAL DAY AND OTHER STORIES

Release date:  Monday 24th October 2011

RRP – £12.99

Entertainment One

www.peppapig.com


Entertainment One have been kind enough to offer me an extra copy of ‘Peppa Pig International day’ for my fabulous readers and followers.

COMPULSORY ENTRY IS BELOW…

Its simple Really … just leave a comment stating the one children’s tv show that really grinds your gears.

Why? Because I’m sick to death of that same old rules of play! Just trying to jazz it up a bit here parents, encouraging you to get it all out your systems. 

YOU MUST LEAVE A WAY FOR ME TO CONTACT YOU! WHETHER THIS BE A TWITTER ID, EMAIL OR OTHER THAT’S COMPLETELY DOWN TO YOU!

Below you will find a list of ways to gain additional entries. You can do however many you wish but…

ALL MUST BE COMMENTED ON SEPARATELY IN ORDER FOR THEM TO BE VALID!

Subscribe to my blog via email (top right in sidebar)

 follow my blog on network blogs

Like the A boy with Aspergers page (Image link in sidebar on right). Note: Remember it’s an addition to this blog but also a support source for parents with children on the autism spectrum and even a supportive network for adults with the condition)

Follow me on twitter by clicking the follow me cute “twitter button” on the right, located in the side bar!

Tweet by clicking the “twitter share button” attached to this post below, adding “@clairelouise82” before posting.

Click the facebook share button below and share on your facebook wall or page.

Rate this post by clicking on the stars above to gain a final entry.

Remember separate comments are required for each action taken, remembering to include a contact (twitter, email add or other)!

Competition is open to UK residents only. All steps will be checked before an entry is validated. The competition is open from the date and time of publishing, closing on the 31st October 2011 at midnight. The winner has five days to claim the prize from the date of the official winner announcement post that will be published on this blog soon after the draw has been completed. Winners must be prepared to supply a UK postal address which will be passed on to the PR in-order for your prize to be dispatched.

Good luck people 

The ChewiGem results are in

27 Sep

This post has been written to annouce the lucky winner of a ChewiGem necklace of their choice!

So… Without delay the winner is 

Raechell Grimmer

Prize ID Winner ID Public Info Private Info Random Sorting ID Weight
1: Chewigem of winners choice 23 Raechell Grimmer 3b838e8c-e7a0-472e-92d1-08cbb963af1e

Congratulations Raechell

Please contact me (email add is in the disclaimer tab) or leave a comment with your email address and I’ll mail you.

Sorry to those that didn’t win better luck next time.

How about entering our Bumpeez competition

The winner for this competition was drawn by Random picker to view the random picker report or check the participants list click HERE.

Winner of the Tom and Jerry Wizard of OZ DVD

24 Sep

It’s that time again…. Results time!

Today it’s the turn of the fabulous Tom & Jerry and the Wizard of OZ DVD 

 And the lucky winner is…

Jane Steel

Congratulations Jane

Please contact me via twitter (clairelouise82) or by email at pageabwa@yahoo.com

Prize ID Winner ID Public Info Private Info Random Sorting ID Weight
1: Tom & Jerry and the Wizard of OZ DVD 12 Jane Steels 914b14a7-806b-4dc4-8dbb-0341cfbe0b71

Sorry for those that didn’t win 😦 We do have the ChewiGem competition open till tomorrow at mid-night and loads more giveaways on the way so keep your eyes peeled.

 The winner was selected via Random picker. To view the draw results or to check yours, or others participation within the draw, please click HERE

Winner of Humf and the fluffy thing on DVD is…

18 Sep

The winner of the brilliant ‘Humf and the Fluffy thing’ on DVD

is …

… Rachel Dove

Prize ID Winner ID Public Info Private Info Random Sorting ID Weight
1: Humf and the fluffy thing on DVD 12 Rachel Dove dec3b4f7-5453-44cf-aa85-009aae3cba73

Congratulations

Please contact me on pageabwa.yahoo.com to claim your prize. 

Sorry if you didn’t win this time but you can always enter one of our other competition.

Win a copy of Tom and Jerry the wizard of OZ

Win a Chewigem necklace of your choice

Plus we have new competitions on the way, so check back over the next few weeks.

The winner was selected at random with the help of random picker click HERE for a copy and break down on the drawing of this competition.

How probiotics are helping my son with Aspergers Syndrome

15 Sep

It’s  a little over a week since myself and the kids started on the OptiBac Probiotics and here’s a progress report!

 As many will now know, OptiBac are sponsoring me for the Mad Blog awards, this is the perfect partnership, what with the link of probiotics and there effect on gut and digestive health in children on the autism spectrum.

 This was an issue that was getting me down. More lately, little man had been experiencing gut problems, including bloating following a small meal, reframing from using the toilet other than those at home (always been the case, yet stomach aches had really increased somewhat of late) awful wind (I mean awful) and generally, a lot of tears. 

 Something I didn’t know before, was the possible links to the use of probiotic supplements improving anxiety, behavioural problems and other non related digestive health concerns, when given to children on the autism spectrum.

 I love Little man the way he is, and certainly wouldn’t change him! However, I would like to make things easier for him by improvement of any issues that cause him great difficulty, and therefore affect his overall health (wouldn’t we all as parents)? 

 I admit, I’ve always been a big sceptic about supplements and their improvements on autism! We tried the fish oils and saw no improvement what so ever (plus he hated taking these) However this hasn’t been the case with the OptiBac Probiotics.

For those of you that are not aware of what Probiotics are, they are a type of friendly bacteria living in the gut. It is documented that Children with autism may have more digestive health problems due to the imbalance of good and bad bacteria. 

So, this is what the lovely Soraya over at OptiBac sent me for the Little Man

 For daily Wellbeing: OptiBac Probiotics Extra Strength 

The Extra Strength Probiotics contain 20 billion live microorganisms and five friendly bacteria strains, in one capsule. This is the premium range and will give a child on the autism spectrum a good kick-start in achieving good digestive health, therefore bringing with it a range of other benefits.

 Test Run

 Little man had no issues taking the capsule (if preferred you can open these up and sprinkle in a glass of water or juice as the contents is flavorless)

These are recommended to be taken in the morning with breakfast! That was our problem, Little man doesn’t eat in the mornings, through we have him taking this with a glass of cold milk. 

 Any changes in digestive health?

 It’s early days but yes, there has already been some changes in his digestive health! Pretty quickly after having first started the probiotics, Little man seemed more comfortable, the last few days I have noticed that he is able to eat more of his food without it upsetting his stomach. By day six I noted that Little man wasn’t nearly as bloated as he usually gets. His of course continuing to refuse to use public toilets waiting till his at home, though he doesn’t get as uncomfortable in the process, whereas before after ten minutes this would have caused himself to double up in agony. 

 As for the wind, hardly a trump to be heard! This, ladies and gentlemen, is heaven, my little man would break wind non stop (no matter who was there) For some reason it is always worse at night, his farting wakes me, I swear. (and no my son will not be at all embarrassed that I wrote this, he would pretty much laugh his arse off)! 

This, I can only put down to the Probiotic extra strength supplement, as nothing else has every worked!

What a result!

 Other issues, non gut related

 What I’ve noticed

Slight improvements in anxiety levels

 Again, It’s just over a week, I can’t say a 100% that the probiotics are the reason behind a slight improvement in his anxiety levels, though I think it’s looking pretty likely to be the case! 

Even such a small decrease in a week, to me is fabulous. Anxiety is the thing that triggers a lot of little mans impulsive behaviours, along with his difficulty with sensory processing.  

Any improvement in this area are much welcome! 

 Little man is a little less likely to over think things, reading too much into things, which he does a lot! This past week, there has been fewer questions asked by little man, which is often fired at me so to offer him reassurance! He will normally do this even if he knows that something will or will not happen, just so his that bit more reassured. When increased anxiety has risen, there has again been a small improvement in the speed in-which his anxiety is again reduced to a clam state, therefore allowing reasonable thinking.

 Behaviour

 This has obviously also sightly improved, due to the reduction in anxiety which again, along with sensory processing, is one of his main triggers for behavioural difficulties.

 Sleep

 No improvement here as yet, though he is getting up quicker and dressing a little faster! There is definitely something happening here folks and for just over a week I’m seriously impressed.

 The siblings 

 Alice-sara and little Harley are taking the 

‘For your Child’s health” probiotic and prebiotic 

 These come in individuals packets and are powdered so can be added to cold drinks and cold food. The range is safe for children, pregnant women, and mothers who are breastfeeding.

 The box contains 30 powders and at one a day (more if desired) they last one month.

 Results

Alice-Sara has always experienced bloating and discomfort and over the week, this is again starting to decrease. Harley has not had any more stomach cramps (These were regular before using the probiotics) his had no constipation what so ever! Bonus!!

 And as for me… (Mum) 

 Product: Maintaining regularity!

 It’s working! Enough said (Hide’s glowing red face and cringes with embarrassment)!

Though this are also good for gaining a flat tum, No that hasn’t happened as yet!

 So, what more is there to say, except… OptiBac Probiotics don’t cost the earth so are really worth a try, especially if your child has autism. Watch this space for another OpticBac progress report soon.

 OptiBac Probiotics Facebook Competition

 Wouldn’t it be great to test run these fabulous supplements for free?

 Enter the facebook competition on the OpticBac facebook page, to bag yourself , child or both, some OptiBac Probiotics!

 Win… Extra Strength premium capsules (that Little man is currently using, and reviewed above) Awesome for those with autism but equally as great for those without.

Win… ‘For your child’s health’ probiotic and prebiotic (as taken by the siblings and reviewed above, good for children with and without autism).

 Win… For Bowl Calm’ trail pack.  Great for upset stomach and can be given from three years plus.

 OptiBac asked me to invite my lovely readers over to their facebook page.

 If you are willing to quickly click the like button, letting them know ‘A Boy with Aspergers’ sent you, before finally sharing the competition by pressing the share button on their page, you’ll be in the running for both kits with a prize value of over £40! 

CLICK HERE FOR THE OPTIBAC FACEBOOK PAGE

 How easy is that!!!

  Most products are Ok for those on, gluten & yeast free, vegan & vegetarian diets and are also free from artificial colourings and sugar. Each of the products vary slightly, check the OptiBac Probiotics website, where you will find a full list of info for each product. 

 Note: The competition is hosted by OptiBac who will draw the winner from random, please see their full T&C when the website by clicking HERE

Remember to let them know who sent you.

Winner of a, ‘Mommy I’m here teddy bear locator’

26 Aug

Hi Everyone

Just a quick post to announce the winner of the giveaway, ‘Win a Mommy I’m here teddy bear locator’ 

And the Winner is….

Pamella Worrall

Congratulations Pamella

Please contact me and I will get your details to pass to the prize provider.

For full details of draw please click HERE

Prize ID Winner ID Public Info Private Info Random Sorting ID Weight
1: Mommy I’m here teddy bear locator 14 Pamella Worrall 121adc4f-e8bc-4d82-bfde-007aa29d82d7

Just because I love him

17 Aug

A few months back I was the lucky winner of a family ticket with camping to the Wilderness festival in Oxfordshire

 Yes, I was having a period of good fortune as I had also managed to get hold of a cybermummy ticket, won a build a bear birthday party and the fantastic prize of a £15o dove spa voucher.

This itself was a fantastic prize that I won on the awesome blog Not Supermum. The festival would commence on the 12th August and finish on the night of the 14th, meaning I would be leaving on the Friday and returning Monday morning. Given Little man’s Aspergers I considered all the options very carefully, which basically were, “Take him” or “Not take him” Of course I don’t want to leave my Little man behind and just because he has Aspergers doesn’t mean he is unable to be involved in the daily activities that you or I might participate in. I’ve always stated this opinion and continue to do so! However, I was thinking of him as opposed to anyone else, let me explain! Back in early July I was invited as a VIP guest to the Pandamonium Festival by Cadbury. The event was in Nottinghamshire and although we enjoyed the Cadbury mini games and the lavish VIP area where we sat next to the Ambassador  of China, things started to turn sour by the afternoon. A festival is a place that you can’t attend on a schedule, It just don’t happen! What with crowds, unannounced changes to a listing, and the fact that most of the time you are unaware of all the activities on site in till you arrive. This is an incredibly anxious prospect for Little Man and many others like him.

Little man is a child who manages reasonably well if his home life isn’t tightly scheduled, though we try with the help of visuals etc… It’s outside of the comfort of the four walls of our home, things become very difficult. Little mans intense need to control his environment causes him to become extremely rigid which is becoming a very tiresome for all involved. I almost had a breakdown once home from that festival, we all did including the little man himself, so, I needed to weigh things up in my mind before being any arrangements. 

If the truth be told despite any post I’ve written to assist a family embanking on a day out with a child on the spectrum I still find the whole task incredible hard for myself to apply. Many theme parks will cater to the family of a child on the spectrum, offering wrist bands to avoid queues and busy areas of the park (sometimes known as a ride access pass)!  Festivals are a very different  thing altogether.

So, after much deliberation I came to the decision that it was probably best if Little Man remained with his father who was already watching my toddler. However, I did something that some may describe as odd! I went against my instincts, choosing my desire for my child to have a weekend of fun just as his sister would. I asked him, he wanted to come! As his mother how could I possibly leave him behind?

We left for the Wilderness festival around 8 p.m Friday evening, (We meaning, myself, my friend Donna, daughter Alice-sara and my Little man) as total camping virgins.  During the drive Little man was a little anxious about speed limits and motorways. I tried my best to estimate our journey time, through I didn’t want to, as I wanted to avoid any rigid time keeping. This failed terribly as he would not rest till I gave the estimate. We hit Oxfordshire 20 minutes above schedule, giving us some extra time to now get to the beautiful Cornbury estate in Charbury the location in which the Wilderness festival would be held! I breathed a sigh of relief at the prospect of avoiding any upset from Little man. We left the A road with his beautiful array of cats eyes that provided Little Man with visual delight and entered the extremely dark bendy country lanes. The roads were dark and narrow. I love these little lanes yet, I had little time to sit back and chill in the passengers seat as Little man was becoming a little worried. Suddenly everything went very wrong, what started of as having plenty of time given the fact we had hit Oxfordshire a little quicker than first expected had now flipped the other way, we were now somehow 20 minutes over schedule. As the realisation set in that, “We were Lost” there was no hiding it from  Little man who had already worked this out for himself. Once Panic had set in, it resulted in verbal abuse, mainly at myself, followed by lots of tears. I was becoming stressed along with my poor friend who was the one driving. The other problem was, the gates were due to close for the Campsite which would result in us all spending a night in the car! Can you picture it? Its a terrifying vision and one I would rather not live out!

Thankfully the lovely people at Wilderness took one look at my face and Im guessing that of little mans (That displayed a string of emotions) and my guess is, wanting to avoid the tantrum that was so obviously brewing,  had then decided to let us in! Well, it was this or maybe the fact they felt sorry for my poor daughter who had basically slept all the way from London and was now stood with a blanket around her, eyes still closed and shivering like a ice cube. Whatever the reason, I was most grateful to them when they ushered us in.

However it wasn’t a case of getting in, unpacking and jumping into a nice warm bed! Remember we’re camping here, and we are, “camping virgins!” Myself and my friend were yet to embank on our challenge of attempting to put up the tent. Lets just say that little man had good reason to blow up when we were still trying to work the stupid thing out some two hours later, (seriously not kidding, even I had a mini tantrum by this point, which largely consisted of me kicking tent pegs in sheer anger). Well, at least my daughter didn’t complain, nope she was in here sleeping bag embracing the whole camping experience by snoring under the full moon.

The festival was great, It had that hippy chick, carefree feel about it. Dress crazy, dance like a idiot, or sit and debate politics through the small hours, no one cares! This attitude makes life so doable even if it is just for them few days! I love that happy festival atmosphere. That’s the good thing about this type of festival, No one stares or makes judgements when little man is having a hard time! My parenting skills are not judged, “If they were at least they were discreet about it!” Honestly, I met some really nice laid back people.

The overall location was idilic, what with beautiful swimming lakes where I embraced the whole ‘Wilderness’ theme by freezing my arse off while being nibbled by crayfish, as Little man sat watching alongside my friend, (only myself and my daughter braved the cold waters and its many residents).

Another area of concern was Little mans fussy eating. He will not eat anything cold or packed in a cool box, knowing the festival would be selling food at normal “Festival prices” I was aware that we would need to embank on daily journeys to the nearest local takeout to be sure he ate.

As expected the festival wasn’t the type of event that you would find people following a routine, just like my true personality, people were spontaneous, taking things how and when they came. This may have been perfectly fitting for me if I were alone,though it’s been so long since I have indulged in such spirited self-being, that I probably wouldn’t know how! The point, “I wasn’t alone!” Of course the problems Little man had with the lack of routine were displayed through eruptions of unpredictable behaviours! He hit his sister and swore so loudly that he may of been heard from those back in London! There where moments that he coped and enjoyed those activities that he coped with, though the majority he did not handle well t all! Of course I understand its hard for him, yet I’m human and could not help feeling somewhat restricted from the events taking place around me. I often found myself feeling a tad sorry for myself! Though it would pass within seconds, I needed to think of Little man and ways to improve the situation.

I myself felt some strong emotions come over me during the festival. At times I was so goddamn angry at Little man as he swore and called me horrific names! Others times my heart arched, I longed for my son discover a world of enjoyment as oppose to fear and anticipation that nearly always tipped into huge bouts of anger, accompanied by meltdowns

Despite this I tried my best to give them both a good time and see it through to the end. We did it (Well, we left the night before we had to) This wasn’t due to little man but just the connivence of avoiding morning traffic on the busy M25.

I pray that one day, my son be be able to enjoy events fully like those  such as the Wilderness festival! I hope over time we help little man develop the skills needed to enable him to deal with his anxiety and hopefully reduce it.

Would I take him again?

Yes, if he wanted to, I would?

Why?

Because his my son and I love him, Its as simple as that!

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