This weeks DP writing challenge was “Dialogue”, Begin a post with a scene that includes dialogue. “Mrs Doyle, Mr Sheehan is here to see you”. A lady, probably in her sixties, with a face accustomed to smiling, stepped forward. “Tanks nurse, I’m on me way”, she said in her strong Dublin accent. “Mary” she roared, … More Lost In Translation.
Two of my children have dyslexia. Both have very significant difficulties. As their mother I should be concerned, and possibly even upset. But I am not. It does not define them. In truth I often laugh loudly, at their spectacular mistakes. Whilst Dyslexia is no picnic, they both have learned to accept it, and believe … More You will always be top of the class to me.
Are you dyslexic? Do you worry your child might be? This is what writing with Dyslexia really looks like. I’m not one who normally shows my cute kids drawings etc on my blog. However I love this and I think it perfectly shows, what dyslexia really looks like. Its my daughters comment on homework, and … More What Dyslexia Looks Like!
This is a post I wish I’d read years ago! It might be helpful to someone. In our house we beat the odds. One in ten of the population have dyslexia. 50% of my children have it! My second and fourth child. One boy, one girl. Thats two out of four in case you have … More Could My Child Have Dyslexia?