I originally wrote this piece for my friend Tia over at BecominNeurotic and she published it in her Live Better series. Tia has given me permission to share it here as well! My son is what most would consider a “late diagnosis”. He was not diagnosed with Autism until he was 5 and a half. […]
I love my son, but sometimes, I hate his Autism. I have a love/hate relationship with Autism and I am going to tell you why.
Relieve Stress, They Say. As if #Parenting allows us to do these things!
Who’s the boss? Is it you? Is it your spouse? I always thought my husband and I were in charge… And then, my #preschooler showed me who was REALLY in charge. #parenting #threenager Click To Tweet That’s right, she did and she did it Like A Boss. How did she show me? While grocery shopping: She […]
I am back with another used K-cup project! I told you I was going to find more ways to use these used K-cups and here is one more! With New Year’s Eve happening in my house tomorrow night, with kids, I had to come up with a fun noise maker that wouldn’t drive me crazy! […]
The two’s were a breeze compared to the “trying three’s” and the dreaded threenager! “What is a threenager?”, you ask. Here are 5 warning signs that you may have a threenager…
My son has high functioning Autism. It has become part of all of us, whether we wanted it to or not. Here are 5 signs that you are an #Autism parent: Click To Tweet 5 Signs That You May Be An Autism Parent: 1. You shop for groceries based on brand, color and shape. You have […]
My kids. I love them, but they drive me up the wall. Their thought process simply baffles my mind! Click To Tweet At times, all I can do is shake my head and try to wrap my brain around the fact that it did, indeed, just happen. I am going to share some of these […]
That Mother who had to be up early this morning.I was there with you, stumbling out of bed. That Mother who was doing chores, running errands or working on little to no sleep.I was there with you, trying to organize the day and guzzling down the coffee necessary for the day. That Mother in the […]
As some of you may know (or may not know), my son has a form of Autism. He was originally diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome when he was 5. I think that for most parents, the diagnosis is the hard part. For me, the diagnosis was relief. I finally had a name and reasoning behind what […]