Meet Elliott!

What can I say about Elliott…

Well Elliott was born in October 2008 at home weighing in at 8lbs 1oz and he very quickly earnt himself the nickname Squishy.

He is a very energetic child with a great imagination and is very quirky and funny.

Currently Elliott is suffering from communication delay and he is being seen by various specialist to see if they can get to the route of his problem but in the most part Elliott is a normal healthy 3-year-old boy

Elliott loves swimming and slides – give him a water slide and he is in his element. He is a big fan of being outdoors but he also likes to paint and draw. Television wise he likes anything Disney can throw at him, Elmo, Fireman Sam, Postman Pat, Octonauts and Dr Who – Dr Who being a big favorite since he was 18 months old.

His Favorite toys are probably his long-suffering cuddly Trudi bunny who we named Ziggy, his wooden John Crane fire engine, his sonic screwdriver and his trains – Elliott is obsessed with trains – he is the proud owner of a secondhand wooden train set, which he plays with pretty much daily.

Elliott is a very rough and tumble boy but incredibly cuddly and affectionate. Elliott’s favorite people in the world are probably my mum who is extremely close to despite leaving 3 hours away, his 9-year-old aunt Victoria and “Elliott’s” Aimee

When he grows up Elliott would probably like to be “the doctor”

I sometimes have to pinch myself when I think that Elliott is now 3 years old but I think all mothers say that about their children. The next few months for Elliott are not only going to be very busy but knowing him he will make sure they are also a lot of fun.

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