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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 […]

Call Me Maybe?

Call Me Maybe?

Don’t have ragrets….or regrets. Life happens. The world keeps turning, the sun rises from the east everyday, we live and we die; these are all things you can count on. Then there are things you can’t count on. Waking up each day, weatherman predictions and […]

My Blog Is Sexy And You Know It. Professional Help With A New Blog

My Blog Is Sexy And You Know It. Professional Help With A New Blog

I see you eyeballin’ my blog. I know you lust over how sexy my header is. The layout alone makes you drool. I know you notice the semi blurry bio photo. Yup, I just pointed out one of my own mistakes (I’m working on getting a […]

Learning Has Occurred; Fear the Mom Guilt

Here’s a great parenting tip for you: try not to feel to guilty when your children test the rules you set for them and find out the hard way why there were rules in the first place. Really don’t beat yourself up over their learning […]

Beyond Our Front Porch

Today I had MOPS. Our co-coordinator spoke about telling your life story and creating your story board to help. It was a great talked and it brought back a few things I have been trying to work on personally and goals I want to achieve. […]

Rubber Bands on Steroids

It’s has been a busy, yet productive, week in our house! I love these weeks and the weather makes it so much more enjoyable since I did a lot of running around. Rain boots clash with most of my outfits 🙂 Im always loving this […]

Sneaky Teaching

Bug is a child of the digital age. He will never know how to dial a rotary phone, he won’t know what a dial tone sounds like and he will never have to rewind a VHS tape. The kid is glued to the tv when […]

Zac Browser – Internet Browser Designed for ASD Kids

I am excited this new find called Zac Browser.  I have some great teacher friends who often think of me and pass on anything they find might interest me. Recently, one of my friends shared with me a interesting site designed for ASD kids to use.  I havent […]