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My two Autistic kiddos… they’re proof that the spectrum sure is wide. Just like other children, they have their own set of gifts, perspectives, and unique challenges that comes with living this one wild and precious life. Let’s help our children learn true self-acceptance (the inner work that we’re doing? It’s just as important for […]
Raising any child – neurotypical or neurodiverse – is an emotional process. Feeling a range of emotions about any child is normal and healthy. There will always be certain moms who will choose to be right over choosing to listen to understand.
We tend to suppress our emotions or push them aside to meet the demands of motherhood. As moms, we put everyone else’s needs before our own, and by the time we finally allow ourselves to take a breath, we’re left exhausted, depleted, and on the verge of burnout. In today’s video, I share five ways […]
You don’t have to get up at five or six o’clock in the morning. And I actually encourage you not to do that. Because all those articles that tell you “if you want to be super productive, make sure you get up at five o’clock in the morning?” That may work for some people, but if you have a child who is struggling with sleep issues then, waking up at five or six in the morning is not going to be productive.
Finding durable and affordable sensory toys for your Autistic child that you can easily fold up and put in your purse or child’s backpack can be hard to come by. In today’s video, I provide my honest review of two sensory products from Lakikid: a fidget marble maze and a flexible chair band. I’ve tested […]
What to do when you’re overwhelmed by the circumstances around you? As I’m sitting down to write this to you, our little town is overwhelmed with smoke. Our first day of school was on Tuesday, but we were met with a wind storm on Monday evening, which resulted in a power outage…. And news of […]
This holiday gift guide isn’t age-specific as each and every single one of our special needs children are so unique in their interest and development. Instead, these are toys are designed to help develop cognitive and physical skills through play.
I have two kiddos on complete ends of the spectrum-- a daughter with Aspergers and ADHD...and
a son with classic Autism, Speech Language Apraxia, & Sensory Processing Disorder.
So, I'm definitely on this journey with you.
I’m passionate about helping other autism mamas simplify their lives, so they can experience more joy in motherhood.
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