Welcome to ChatterFox. 

I'm Katrina, a 33 year old blogger from the East Midlands. I've been writing for many years and have been lucky enough to have some of my autism work published. I had a previous blog life as a beauty blogger but as my life changed and I became a parent I decided to take the blog in a new direction, one that reflected my new interests and passions. 

I was diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome when I was 21. When I became pregnant I found it very difficult to find information on Autism and Pregnancy so I knew I needed to play my part in addressing that. I wanted to help autistic women find some practical information to help them through their pregnancy, I wanted to help create a little predictability by sharing my experiences but most importantly I wanted to raise awareness that mothers on the autistic spectrum exist. 

Initially I was just sharing my pregnancy experiences but found that quite restrictive and I lost a bit of motivation. Now I use this space to share information about parenting, mental health, travelling, reviews and most recently my experience of having Coeliac disease. My online space is an ever adapting, miss-match of topics- just like life itself really.

The internet is a great source of information and that can be both a blessing and a curse. My online hope is that I can contribute in a positive and helpful way.

Thanks for reading, 


Please note that I am not a medical professional and I have received no formal training in Autism. I do however have a formal diagnosis of Aspergers syndrome, given to me by Professor Digby Tantum. This site contains my own personal opinions relating to my own personal experiences. Your experience may differ greatly and in terms of medical treatments and protocols, they will vary greatly by country and even region. The opinions expressed within this site are my own. The site may contain affiliate links. These are used to ensure the continuation of the site. They work by generating a commission when an affiliate link is used by a reader. The reader incurs no charge. 

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