Diary of a mum...

Today I was having a casual chat with another SEN mum at my son’s school and she asked me the details of Liam’s diagnosis. I’ve known this woman for a while, we’ve swapped tips and ideas about many things and she’s very open about her daughter’s condition, so I decided to tell her about FASD. Her response was, “Well you’ve got it easy then.” If I had been sipping a drink while we were talking, I’m pretty sure I would have spat all over the receptionist and the foyer! Instead I just laughed, that nervous laugh I get when I am literally speechless or it’s not polite to say what I actually think. I was in shock, because I’ve never once considered myself or our family to have an ‘easy time’ or

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