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Tag: ASD

Don’t Forget- Kids Can Require Mental Health Help Too

Don’t Forget- Kids Can Require Mental Health Help Too

My son is 10. He has high functioning Autism and if you didn’t know that about him, you’d just think he’s one of those gaming addicted kids with no social manners and bad parenting. We have reached a place that we need help; me and […]

New Stewie Boom! and Princess Penelope Book Review PLUS! 3 Things Every Autism Parent Should Know

New Stewie Boom! and Princess Penelope Book Review PLUS! 3 Things Every Autism Parent Should Know

  | YO, THIS IS A SPONSORED POST. | Disclaimer- I was given a free copy/sample of the product to review and share my experience. All opinions are my own and not influenced in any way.   April is Autism Awareness month. My Evil Plan […]

FINDING YOURSELF IN THE NEW YEAR AMONGST THE OLD YOU- PART 2

FINDING YOURSELF IN THE NEW YEAR AMONGST THE OLD YOU- PART 2

What if you simply devoted this year to loving yourself more? Hey babes. If you haven’t read part one; I suggest you start there. Otherwise I may not make total sense to you all. You can find part one here.  Otherwise I hope you enjoy […]

Why Did God Choose Me For My Son?

Why Did God Choose Me For My Son?

How do you do it? How do you remind yourself that your child isn’t trying to be right all the time or pick a fight. They are just stating facts because they are literal. They see the world in black and white and there are […]

Boy vs Counter: Round One- Pediactric Dentist and Soft Food Diet

Yup. That happened. Adult tooth, root, gum and all. And all a hour before SB had her first official birthday party.  I was taking a shower and assumed Bug was simply in trouble. Big trouble. Until Hubs walked into the bathroom and alerted me to […]

Mom for the Win! Lunch Note to the Cafeteria Lady

We all go through that stage. You know…the stage of picky eating. In one point in your child’s life you will deal with tantrums over eating broccoli or every.single.green.vegetable. As I have written before, it is a constant in our home, but not over the […]

He isn’t a angel anymore

My eyes are burning because I am so tired. Or maybe it’s because I’m laying in my bed in the dark listening to Hubs snore and writing this. But I can’t sleep because my mind is racing with all the possibilities that can come out […]

ASD: Too much or not enough?

That’s what came across my Facebook news feed today.  It caught my attention because the focus was on what people with ASD have, rather than what they lack.  Instead of saying they lack empathy, the ability to relate to others, the need to make a social connection, they […]