BAPS Nominations – Most Entertaining
To Entertain: To provide (someone) with amusement or enjoyment.
We asked you to nominate the blog that entertains you the most. Some of the reasons you gave us about why you nominated each blog show just what a difference parent bloggers make to many families.
As we all know, being a parent may be the only thing you have in common – one size does not fit all. So it is great that there seems to be something for everyone out there.
BAPS Nominations – Most Entertaining
Practical thoughtful suggestions but still funny.
She does an awesome job supporting her daughter & the wider t1 diabetes community with a great balance of humour & practical advice.
This is the most entertaining from the heart blog I have ever read. She has inspired me to write my own blog and I have found comfort in this.
He shares his life in a way that makes you feel better about your own life and thoughts. He will try and help others with either his own life or put out there for others to help. He has amusing stories and is one Badass Autism Dad!
Her humour throughout her family ups and downs is truly inspirational.
Her blogs are a delight to read, I have laughed and cried through many of her blogs. I first came across her through her campaign to get supermarkets to stock bigger nappies for disabled children
Love her humorous approach to serious subject matter and family life with SEND
I find her blogs very interesting and informative. Her subject matter is something that people involved with autism and other conditions can relate to.
Best read ever. Truthful and straight up serious but with humour which i love. Never read a blog before i started reading hers. Excellent read.
Lovely blogs, changing the way people thing and educating others! Very entertaining as well
Truly inspirational, honest and hilariously funny posts. She always sees the light at the end of the tunnel and shares experiences that others would prefer to keep quiet about. She will help others see our lives don’t need to be perfect to be great!
She has a very honest, entertaining and heart felt way of writing her experience of being a mum to Isla who has autism. Her daily experience and journey makes you stop and think about the reality of life for her as a mum, her family and Isla. She has touched many people’s lives through the blog, which can be heart wrenching as well as well as making you laugh out loud, receiving regular messages from people who can resonate with her words.
Because she is bloody awesome person,and wonderful blogger who somehow manages to keep a sense of humour.She is an iron fist in a velvet glove.
His writing is incisive, erudite, sometimes makes me cry and occasionally makes me laugh out loud. He deserves an award.
Her blog posts have made me cry with frustation and cry with laughter, sometimes at the same time.
She’s amazing, she writes funny witty stories that make me not only stop and think but laugh and cry.
Real, entertaining, raw. She says it how it is. She manages to keep a sense of humour throughout all the tough times and is an inspiration to us all.
She always smiles through the toughest of times, she brings light and laughter to many who have the same difficulties in life.
I love the bloggers sense of humour, her writing style and positive stance on disability.
It tells the story of a new mother of twin boys and how they are coming to terms with one son being born with Goldenhar syndrome and Hemifacial Microsomnia while at the same time staying strong for the elder twin. Her story is as it happened, heart wrenching, warm and funny. Her blogs gives hope to other parents in a similar situation and at the same time gives knowledge to us that are ignorant of how life is when faced in this situation. She shares her days whether they be good or bad, sad or funny. She answers honestly to all her followers. She is inspirational.
She has a rare talent in being able to portray her story and experiences and the emotional impact of Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) on her in a way that is entertaining, poignant and sometimes hard hitting. She uses metaphors in her very descriptive and at time harrowing blogs. She informs, educates and raises awareness of PDA and leaves the reader feeling that she has empathy and understanding of those in the same situation.
She rocks this world. She is inspiring, witty and cuts through the crap to tell it like it is.
She is a new comer blogger with beautiful lyrical writing, that comes at ASD/SEN world from a life enhancing angle.
She writes movingly and with good humour about the ups and downs that she and her family are going through. I’ve learned a lot about SEND from reading her blogs and as a teacher I guess it’s helped me to think more about some of the challenges that face the children I teach.
A very funny honest and inspiring blog from an amazing father.
She writes from the heart as though she’s just chatting to you over a cuppa. She’s sharing her family’s story with a smile.
Raising much needed awareness of rare disease – engaging, funny, sad…reflects the true realities of many, many parents of children with rare genetic syndromes.
Entertaining, funny, inspiring, real and honest account of life with SEN! Thoroughly enjoyable and addictive to read.
What happens next?
The nominations are now with the judges.
The two blogs with the most nominations will automatically go through to the final. Our judges now have the difficult job of choosing the other two finalists for the next round of voting.
These will be announced on 12 February with the winner being announced at our BAPS Awards on 17 May 2018.
You will have the chance to vote for your favourite when the second round opens, so have a read through now; this will make your vote much easier.
Don’t forget to get your tickets to the BAPS Awards while the Early Bird offer is still available.
Mum to three great kids, each with a different SEN.
Transplanted from the NW to the SE.
Co-founder and Director of Bringing Us Together