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Be Brave; My Fear and Failure

Be Brave; My Fear and Failure

It’s been a rough few weeks friends. I’ve deal with family members getting diagnosised with cancer,  our bank accounts hacked,  no access to money to buy food,  evolved in a hit and run in one car and the bumper being ripped off on the other; […]

Is a 504 plan Right for Your Child- Via Military Special Needs Network

Is a 504 plan Right for Your Child- Via Military Special Needs Network

School starts next week for us (thank you!). Last night was our open house and the children got to meet their new teachers prospectively. Of course new situations don’t come without a few bumps we must maneuver around along the way. On is named Ms. […]

Bullying vs Rude vs Mean

Ugh! I want to pull my hair out. First spring break and now some random state holiday. These kids need to be back in school. They are getting on each other’s nerves and mine. Every 5 seconds it’s “he did this….” Or “she did that…”. […]

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 […]

Check Your Pockets!

Oh the things your find in your washing machine. Things that should not be in your washing machine. Things your children put in their pockets that end up in the washing machine. And millions of other things that end up in the trash that shouldn’t […]

A “Special” Kind of Blog Hop: Stronger Together

We are asking our bloggy friends – and friends of friends – to write on the theme Stronger Together. This can include posts featuring things we do to support others in the military and/or special needs community, how you’ve been helped in the past and […]

MFLC

Forgive me for being so late with my posts, August has been and is a extremely busy month for our family. With Bug starting back to school and Diva switching schools, there is a lot of adjustments the kids are experiencing. Making each day a […]

Un-childproofing lunch

Okay, so I have written before about packing lunch for my kiddo on the autism spectrum who has just started kindergarten.  He is my first child to go to school, so I am definitely having a little trouble “letting go.”  I worry about stuff all […]