Yummy Mummy

Emma is a British parenting blogger who first setup Yummy Mummy’s Blog in 2014 after the birth of her second son who is on the Autistic Spectrum. After years of nursing, being a stay at home mum was a complete turn around in Emma’s Life, now three years into writing her blog and having her third child and getting married, she has endless content with a very busy, hectic life that makes for great reading.

Predominately a parenting blog, Yummy Mummy’s Blog has expanded and taken on several hats. Emma blogs about everything from life as a mum, general parenting, children, babies, pregnancy, women, lifestyle, relationships, marriage and the list goes on. Rather than being tired down to one niche, Emma blogs about everything in her life and her passions, because isn’t that what makes a great blogger? Someone who shares the unfiltered insight into their life.

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December 21, 2017

I first noticed something was different about my middle child Mikey, when he was almost two years old.

He wasn’t quite hitting the milestones other children his age were reaching and although I’m not one for comparing, some of his differences were becoming unavoidably obvious.

Family members and friends often commented on his avoidance of eye contact, his inability to play with other children and they assumed he was deaf. 


December 13, 2017

Portage was first mentioned to me by my health visitor, just after my middle son Mikey turned two. I had never heard of it before and to be honest unless you’ve had Portage I don’t think many people have.

The National Portage Association describe Portage as:


  • Work with families to help them develop a quality of life and experience, for themselves and their young children, in which they can learn together, play...

November 29, 2017

About Mikey

My middle born son Mikey is very selective about who he gives the time of day. His older brother Jack and younger sister Nicole however, are much more open to entertaining anyone who crosses their path. A lot of people wondered why he wouldn’t acknowledge them speaking to him or showing him attention. They wondered if he was deaf, naughty or just plain ignorant. He is none of those things, the reason he doesn’t ackn...

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Autisic SPectrum Disorders

Sonny Hawkins

Mimi and Willy Leow

Becca Holden

Khali Raymond

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recent posts about Autistic spectrum disorder 

December 19, 2018

To live with a mental illness can be a very lonely and isolating time in a person’s life, a fact I know very well still battling my way to recovery as I write this. We all know the statistics, in the U.K. 1 in 4 are suffering from a mental illness. Sadly, so many are suffering in silence and far too many are losing their lives t...

June 21, 2018

I want to talk about something slightly outside of Autism and Mental Health today, although very much related to the subject of Hidden Disabilities. I haven’t shared much on my physical conditions, all of which were diagnosed a few years ago, although much like my Autism, its been something I have struggled with under different...

March 13, 2018

I could start with the obvious and say I always felt different from everyone else and how I got diagnosed and my journey there but this is not what this is about. This is about my life for the past year and perhaps some advice about how to deal with unhealthy environments. For context my conditions include ASD, tourettes syndrom...

February 15, 2018

It’s half 3 on a cold Wednesday morning and I’m typing this up as I can’t sleep as my head is all over the place right now.

See I’m the girl who can’t take a phone call without shaking like a leaf. I can’t speak on the phone if I don’t personally know you. I used to be able to phone any random number and talk for hours. Funny how...

February 14, 2018

Maintaining a healthy routine can be an essential aspect of daily living when on the Autistic Spectrum, it can lead to stability and make life more bearable. Although it can also make life very complicated and build very big walls that can limit what someone is able to cope with. What many don’t understand is why it’s so importa...

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