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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 […]

How Do You Do Dodo?

How Do You Do Dodo?

What Do You Do With Your Dodo? Most likely going back to the stone age where instead of toilet paper it was foilage, there has long been the debate of “over or under?”. Every household has it and every marriage probably suffered from it at […]

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 […]

Tips to Help Teach Your ASD How to Wash Themselves

Sniff. My children are growing up. All those cute little quirks they used to have aren’t so cute anymore. I’ll admit some are annoying, aggravating and time consuming. At the end of the day all I want to do is have some clean and happy […]

Visual Cues

We all need reminders. However, I have my limit at repeating myself 4 different times per person in this family. It gets old fast and I get annoyed even faster, especially with the 4 I have. I have also come to the conclusion that was […]

Home Organization Tips

Today was a great day. I had MOPS (mothers of preschoolers) this morning and was able to connect with some great moms. Not only did we have our Thanksgiving meeting (which meant Thanksgiving themed brunch) it was also a round robin with 7 different speakers […]

Goals, Not Grades, Matter in School

Within the next few weeks Bug will go back to school to start kindergarten testing. I am buying school supplies, stocking up on new clothes and plan on taking him shopping for a new lunch box of his choosing later this week. Having already completed […]

We Are Army Strong- part 2 Helping ASD Kids Understand Memorial Day

Yesterday I shared with you a sampling of what it is like as a military family and all the emotions that come along with it. I also shared how I wanted to educate and explain those feelings to my two ASD kids. It is already […]