August 31, 2018 207 No Comments


On today’s autism family vlog: Andy is back from his respite care, and we headed in to Boston as usual to go and see one of his favourite places – The Stump, the large church in the town. But we were asked not to film there anymore! And they weren’t the only place in Boston to ask us not to film – I’m not sure what we’ve done to offend an entire town! None of it helped us with trying to work out why Andy has stopped filming with his camera, although we’re now a lot happier with his decision now we’ve had some time to think it through!

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When I left my full-time as a Computer Science teacher in July 2017, my partner, Anna, was trapped in our house by our son Andy, who is autistic and had refused to go to school for 18 months. Our daughters Lucy and Amy and our dog Dave hardly saw me because I was always working to try and solve all our problems! Today I’m a full-time content creator who’s always at home when my kids get home from school (all our kids!) and Anna has been able to return to university. This channel is the story of my family’s ongoing journey! Previously known as lollujo Vlogs.


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