My daughter’s new love of The Muppet Babies reboot brought me back to a time when things were simpler and kid’s television encouraged imagination and letting children work out conflicts and issues on their own (to a point). But in its resurrection, there are a few call outs about the show that has me wondering … Continue reading 5 Weird Things About Muppet Babies Revival
You can never go wrong with a traditional tea kettle, especially when your electric teapot has been scorched to pieces by guests who have melted it on your stovetop (because nobody knows what the hell an electric teapot is anyway)! For around $36.99 Click here to buy! 2. Women’s Simply Vera Vera Wang Hooded Sleepshirt looks comfy … Continue reading Mischief Momma’s 7-item Holiday Wishlist for Mischievous Mommas!
Finding Coopers Voice published this piece today. Click below to read it! There is No Easy Autism By LAURA WINGLER / NOVEMBER 15, 2018 When my daughter was first diagnosed on the autism spectrum last year, I clung to the concept that it was no big deal—that it was “mild,” and she was “high functioning.” She was … Continue reading There is No Easy Autism
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My daughter woke up this morning and told me she saw Flower (who has been gone for five months now). I smiled and remembered how they sat together to watch TV and Ally used to put tiaras and toys all over her while she slept. Then on the five-minute car ride to school, she mentioned … Continue reading When You Have to Choose Between Your Child and Your Dog
We have all read this story before because this is a common tale amongst our special needs children. I hear about this multiple times per week in the parent support groups I belong to. But I am also going to share with you what happened after my child was thrown out of multiple daycare centers. … Continue reading What I Did When My Two-Year-Old Got Kicked Out Of Preschool
http://www.scarymommy.com/autism-adhd-diagnosis-stages/ My post featured on Scary Mommy I never thought this would happen to me. When I held my baby girl for the first time and looked deep into her blue eyes, I was filled with love and dreams. I imagined her laughing, dancing at recitals, and wondered what style wedding dress she would … Continue reading The 5 stages you go through upon receiving an “A” Word diagnoses
Photo credit: http://gilbertianrueda.com https://link.medium.com/XFMF7mereU I don’t know. But this is what I did, and I followed my heart. I remember the first time I realized my child was different. I also remember the first time he realized he was different too. It was when he told me that he is a fat loser that rides the … Continue reading What do you do when your Pre-teen gets bullied?
I was googling meals to feed my picky “34-month-old” or “almost-3-year-old.” This article came up. This food sounds disgusting. I just want my daughter to eat something other than chicken nuggets, pizza, bottomless cheese sticks and pierogies. I may just resort to protein shakes. http://www.kidspot.com.au/kitchen/galleries/kid-friendly-recipe-ideas/11-easy-toddler-meals-theyll-actually-eat?image=11