Things have been incredibly tough here at chateau Hammie, Boo is going off scale in his willfulness and last night I didn't sleep more than an hour at a time.
He woke up and stayed wide awake from 2am and continually came into our room asking for Dvds to be wiped, the player to be fixed and countless other stuff that I can't seperate from my dreams, but which culminated in a DVD player being washed.
Now that won't be playing anything again. Last week it was his TV/VCR unit that had a drink of apple juice. Ah feck it!
There is a lot of independence related stuff, so perhaps it is typical adolescence. He wants to do everything for himself and can't because of his autism. Who knows?
Part of me wants to write about it and show you the pictures of ripped apart phones and broken plates because I think it might make other parents feel less alone. But the other part doesn't want to give more fodder to this crazy bint who already thinks our lives are barely worth living.
Truth is there are good days and bad days. There are also people who are trained to help you through these times and we are lucky enough to have our kids in a school where these people work. Long may they stay there.
It is possible for many more of these schools to open, and many more lives to be improved. All totally achievable. So stick that up yer bum Carol Sarler. And you Daily Mail for allowing such tripe to be published. I won't buy your paper again.
So I will just show you some pretty photos of the trip to Singapore Zoo in January - the ones the keepers took.
My thanks to everyone for all your flattering comments on the Family photos. Much obliged and mystified.