This issomething I’ve been meaning to talk about but haven’t gotten around to it. I know many of you parenting kids with Autism and or sensory processing disorder will be able to relate to this.
I’m talking about how difficult it can be to feed my kids.
This is one of those things that unless you’re experiencing it, it’s extremely difficult to wrap your head around because instinct tells us that if the child is really hungry, they’ll eat.… Read More
I got everything I needed to get done this morning, done. That’s pretty awesome.
That being said, it’s one of those days where I am just so beat, I ended up having to take a nap.… Read More
Over the many years that I’ve been writing about our Autism journey, I’ve tried very hard to help people understand the very basics of how Autism can impact a family.… Read More
Meltdowns are absolutely overwhelmingly for everyone involved. Unfortunately, they’re an all too common occurrence when you’re raising kids on the Autism Spectrum.
Meltdowns are not a disciplinary issue.… Read More
Even after more than a decade of Autism and Special needs parenting, I still struggle with many of the same things that Autism parents just starting their journey are dealing with.… Read More
One of the biggest challenges in my family has to do with feeding. It’s extremely difficult to make our limited grocery budget work because it’s damn near impossible to keep food in the house that my kids will actually eat.
There are very few things that my kids will eat on a regular basis, aside for Little Ceasars Pizza.… Read More