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
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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
A mental quote is connected to every photo to be had. My favorite photo Love. Faith. Joy. Strength. Four hands piled on top on one another. Different sizes. Fingers of different shapes. Pink, gold, silver, clear nail polish hues. Moonstone. The gemstone of motherhood and women. Four hands of love. Deeper love than words express.… Continue reading Four hands
When I became a first time parent, I didn’t want to stick to the “rules” I bought a wide variety of clothing and toys for my oldest. She has always been more dainty. She enjoys pinks and purples. Likes frills and fluffs. All of which trigger me to vomit. Can’t stand it. HOWEVER, I couldn’t… Continue reading Gender roles
Doctors, therapist, specialist and such are wonder workers. But they are human as well. Not superheros with the answers to all the world’s problems. So sometimes, a diagnosis isn’t always right. And to cut’em a little slack, some symptoms due overlap quite a few illnesses. Of course then there are ‘limitations’ due to said diagnosis.… Continue reading Limitations(2011)