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this holiday season?

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To a stress-free
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want more joy
this holiday season?

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To a stress-free
(minimal meltdowns)
holiday season

Three of my four children are ASD triplets. Together we’re beautiful chaos learning to navigate through life on our terms.

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Rhythms and routines are important to establish, especially in the summer. Autistic children tend to thrive on routine, and it also helps ease anxiety (for them & ourselves) to know what to expect for the upcoming week.

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when you are a special needs mom with a child that has severe autism & is on the spectrum, finding time to immerse myself in self-care routines can be hard.

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This is the story of us. A love story between a mother and her child. A story fueled with love and hope. A story of what was, and what is. A story that continues to unravel and show itself time and time again. You can never fully love your child, if you don’t embrace their […]

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I know you’re doing everything you can to help your child on the spectrum. You’re probably scrambling a bit to figure out how to maintain rhythms and routines, while also continuing with much needed therapy. Below you’ll find a list of apps to explore: 1. Calm: This meditation app is great for your child on […]

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Getting healthier doesn’t have to be complicated. I know you’re constantly being bombarded by Beach Body coaches, Keto-diet advocates, and pretty much everyone else who’s in the health & wellness space.

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Perhaps you’ve never heard of a don’t-do’s-list. While to-do’s list has its place, and I don’t mean the kind where you write something on the to-list just so you can cross it off (anyone else?), but in the way that it is intended to be used. My personal belief is that a don’t dos list, […]

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Being a mom means you’re constantly being bombarded with decisions that need to be made, especially when it involves the care of your differently abled little one. How can you discern if you’re making the “right” decision? How can you make decisions quickly, without allowing it to follow you for days or weeks on end?

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hello!

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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