Goodbye Cubs.

ASD Mummy with issues.

M had been desperate to be a Scout since seeing a programme on the telly involving a group of Scouts doing some fun outdoor activities. M has always loved being outside, so seeing this just sparked his imagination of being somewhere he could learn about something he loved. We did have long talks with him about that is wasn’t being outside all of the time, and that most meetings would be held indoors. We showed him things on the internet about what they did, and this seemed to ignite his imagination more. It was lovely to see him get so excited about the idea of joining in with an extra curricular activity.

We were told there was a Scout troop in the town, and put his name on the waiting list to join Beavers, the scouting youngest group – he was just 7 at the time. We also put D’s…

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