Half Term in the Tourette Tales Household

Holidays can always be a worry, the lack of routine, different places to visit can be difficult.  This half term we had lots planned, we caught up with friends at the local farm and George got a chance to do some pond dipping.  This was a really lovely day and he coped well despite being out all day.  We squeezed in a last trip to Chessington World of Adventures before our anual pass expires, we definitely held our breath for this one as the last visit was George’s birthday and we had to cut the day short as George wasn’t coping.  This time the weather was better and despite being very busy we managed to get on everything we wanted to and had a fantastic day.  The highlight of the day for George was his visit to the gift shop where he found a giant fidget toy.  He has named him Mr Ploppy and hasn’t left it alone, £7.50 very well spent.

We saved a trip to Legoland Windsor for the very end of the half term, there were a few times we had to take time out to settle George but we didn’t have to leave, we stayed until the fireworks which were out of this world.  George really enjoyed them especially with his special glasses that turn the fireworks into Lego bricks.

The days we were out were really good, at home was less peaceful and unfortunately we ended the fantastic week with a rage attack ending with his brother’s ipad being broken.  Back to reality with a bump.






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