Category Archives: Parenting Advice




1 rule we have for starting our kids on a new medication

When it comes to either beginning new or making significant changes to a medication in regards to our kids, there’s always one rule that we follow whenever it’s possible. My wife and I never like to make changes to medications during the school week. There are some times when it… Read more »







We don’t medicate our kids all willy-nilly

Today worked out pretty well, at least better than expected. Gavin goes to my parents every Wednesday and spends a few hours hanging out. This gives Lizze and I a reprieve from all the talking. Something had come up for today and he wasn’t going to be able to go… Read more »







Something to remember on this Monday

I wanted to take a quick minute, and remind you of something important. Please remember that you are only human, and recognize your limits.  We all feel like we need to keep going and going, but give yourself a break.  Taking a break can help to make you a better… Read more »







We suspect our son with #Autism is being bullied at school and here’s how we’re handling it

We’ve spent a bit of time speaking with Elliott this weekend. It would be fair to say this has been a rough couple of days for him. It’s pretty obvious that something is upsetting him but getting to the bottom of what that is can be tricky. Elliott will list… Read more »







The Did You Know’s of Divorce: Putting aside personal feelings and putting the kids first

The road that divorce takes you down is not set in stone. There’s no predetermined outcome and at least in most cases, there’s a choice that you have to make.







Adaptation is key when nothing ever goes as planned

“………… If I couldn’t do that or worse, if I refused to do that, we might as well just call it quits because we would never get anywhere and I’d probably………” Read More