A letter to my neurotypical daughter and other guest posts

A letter to my neurotypical daughter and other guest posts

I am very privileged to have written some guest articles for some truly excellent websites. If you have enjoyed some of the posts on Someone’s Mum, you may like some of these.

Most recently I have written a post entitled ‘A letter to my neurotypical daughter at Christmas’. This piece was published today on the online magazine, Good to Know, and I would love it if you could take a look. I actually win a competition if I get the most views over the next few days. I would also like to give credit to the lovely Hannah from Hi Baby Blog who suggested I write on that topic.

Some of my readers may not be aware of some of other guest posts and so I thought I would compile a list. I have also linked to the sites themselves as they have other excellent content that you may wish to check out.

Guest Posts from Someone’s Mum

The 10 important things you learn when you’re an autism parent, featured on Good to Know

The Highs and Lows of Autism on Sports Day, featured on AutismAwareness.com

Parenting from a Special Perspective: Someone’s Mum, featured on Diary of an Imperfect Mum

Danielle’s Story featured on The National Autistic Society

The Bloggers Spotify List featuring Danielle from Someone’s Mum, featured on Pushing the Moon

Meet the Parent Bloggers: Someone’s Mum, featured on Bringing Us Together

I had gestational diabetes, featured on Babycentre

Finally, even this post isn’t written by me, I wanted to include it. It is by my lovely friend Harriet at Toby and Roo and it was just so kind of her to include me and say such kind things about me and my blog. There is also a summary of some of my favourite posts there.

12 Days of Blogmas Day One: Danielle from Someone’s Mum

Thanks so much to all my regular readers who leave such thoughtful comments on my posts. Merry Christmas.

1 Comment

  1. Angie Watts
    24th December 2016 / 9:30 pm

    I honestly don’t know how you manage to do all this wonderful writing and still be such an awesome mom to your little ones. Your honesty in this letter shows your love and concern. Thank you for sharing yourself and your family with us!

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