24 Questions You Should Ask Your Child’s Teacher Before Back to School Night

                                                       Ready for 1st grade, 2016-2017 Teaching.  It’s a calling, they say.  It must be, for it warrants a crap ton of work for very little pay.  Most teachers…… Continue reading 24 Questions You Should Ask Your Child’s Teacher Before Back to School Night

The Global Autism Project

My goal with this blog is to educate, encourage, and empower other parents who have children with special needs.  As such, it is important to promote organizations that provide resources that help families live their best lives, regardless of the limitations that befell them.  My dear friend,  Angela, has dedicated much of her adult life…… Continue reading The Global Autism Project

Feeling the Frustration- How to Handle the “I Can’ts”

It’s 9 am on a Thursday morning and my son is on the floor sulking.  He slept well the night before and ate a pretty well-balanced breakfast just an hour before.  So what on Earth in the middle of the summer could have gotten him into such a funk that his entire body ended up…… Continue reading Feeling the Frustration- How to Handle the “I Can’ts”

Summer, Summer, Summertime…

“Everything good, everything magical happens between the months of June and August.” — Jenny Han   Summer is here and in full effect.  If you are a mom, I’m sure you are hearing it… “Mom… I’m bored!”  “Mom, there’s nothing to do!”  “Mom, it’s so hot!”  “Mom, I’m hungry!”  And so on and so forth. …… Continue reading Summer, Summer, Summertime…

Handling the Transition

*Written June 2018 ————————————————————————————————————————————— “So, I close my eyes to old ends And open my heart to new beginnings.” It is roughly 7am and my daughters awakes as she does everyday at the same time asking for something to eat. I instruct her to use the bathroom and wash her face while barely opening my…… Continue reading Handling the Transition