Starling a suggestion for E- sensory tubs of liquids that seem to bother her or some such thing while you are reading to her or she's listening to an audio book? For my ds who is very 'inside the mind' and has anxiety issues as well as sensory issues (all undiagnosed) we suggest a lot of drawing and puzzles. I did a lot of sensory tubs when he was littler and took him places with sand and mud to play in. We did a lot of gardening, sat in leaves, just generally exposed him to things that bothered his senses in a calm way and talked him through it. He's much better now although he still hates to have certain parts of him touched at all and can't stand certain kinds of materials for clothes.
Surrey? isn't that a little far from you? How big is the area of stations you cover?
Cindy glad you have a good LC and that at least one side is flowing freely. Wishing you milk making mojo!
Erin time with one kid is definitely a breath of fresh air. Although right now i am finding 3.5 easier than 6.5!
Mal that's great that you are so driven to make yours the go to program! You can do it!