Category Archives: Reference Post


Why it’s so hard to keep my kids with #Autism and #SPD fed

Buffer7 Share7 Pin5 Share2 Tweet2 +1 RedditShares 23This issomething I’ve been meaning to talk about but haven’t gotten around to it. I know many of you parenting kids with Autism… Read more »


You Might Be An Autism Parent If This Post Makes Total Sense 

Share19 Tweet8 Buffer7 Share Reddit +1 PinShares 34I got everything I needed to get done this morning, done. That’s pretty awesome. That being said, it’s one of those days where… Read more »


Why being an #Autism parent is so overwhelming and stressful

“Autism parenting is overwhelming for a million reasons and those reasons may vary for everyone but I can at least share why it’s so overwhelming for me….”


For the love of our little meltdown makers

It’s time for some meltdown awareness.. By reading and sharing this post and image, you will help to put accurate information out into the world about what meltdowns really are and what they aren’t.


When you live at the mercy of your child’s ability to cope with their surroundings

“The reality is, we’re living in a state of perpetual exhaustion and even getting out of bed can be an overwhelming struggle……..”


Does your family have a go-to food for your child with #Autism and/or #Sensory Processing Disorder when all else fails?

It’s very often tough to feed kids on the #Autism Spectrum because of Sensory Processing Disorder and I’m wondering if there is one food that you can always fall back on if all else fails? What is that food?


Let’s talk about why #Autism Parenting is so exhausting 

Please take a moment and add your thoughts to comments below the original blog post. I want my readers to be able to use this post is a reference or teaching tool. My ultimate goal is to have this help the people around us to better understand why #Autism Parenting is so exhausting…


Hey sleep deprived #Autism Parents, what would you do in this situation? 

Please stop by my blog and add your thoughts to the comments. I’m hoping to learn from how you handle situations in your life. I’d also like posts like this to be a reference for families, so they can point people in their lives who don’t understand, to a post like this and they can see how many other families are facing the same challenges… Maybe it will help friends and loved ones to finally “get it”