Mash’ems are a water filled soft pliable toy.
Fidget cubes are not a hot commodity at our house. Nope. Not at all. I bought two on Amazon.com (Of course! Is there any other choice??! Prime has it at the house in two days!!) The products are great. All the clicks click. The joy sticks are smooth. There are so many thing to do… Continue reading Fidget cubes
Either you hate them or love them!
In wonderful world of autism at our house, noise cancelling earmuffs are a must! We needed them for two children for different uses. My 13-year-old needs them to drown out all the other sounds EXCEPT for what she is listening to on her ear buds. My 3-year-old needs them to stop ALL the sounds around… Continue reading Noise cancelling earmuffs
Every decision is based on my children. I’m not looking for applause or anything of that nature. It’s more of an observation. Before I actually make a choice, in my mind I run through what the outcome could be with each child involved. There are parents out there who agree, saying that’s how parenting should… Continue reading Every decision
I am always on the look out for some fun stuff to do with my #4. Admittedly, all the kiddos join in. Yes, even #1 the cool 16-year-old. My #2 used to have “moon sand”. It was cheap for a bunch of colors. Definitely messy, BUT kept her occupied for extended periods of time. It… Continue reading Autism fun: Kinetic Sand
Having kids, you have to understand they don’t sit still. To have an autistic kid means you have to multiple that “don’t sit still” by about a million. Then in my house, you multiple that by two!! It is always on the go. Up, down, all around. My #2 is now 12 yrs old. I… Continue reading Trampoline