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These stuffies are helping kids accept themselves just the way they are

I wanted to share the newest addition to my pare ts resource page. I’ll get them added this week but I wanted to introduce you to MiMo Toys. MiMo Toys is helping kids feel loved and accepted for exactly who they are. MiMo offers 9 adorable plushies, each with a unique personality. Each character comes …

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Buying this amazing puzzle helps support #autistic artists

If you’ve been following our story over the last year or so, You might remember how Emmett and I love putting jigsaw puzzles together. We’ve put tons of puzzles together over the last 12 months and really enjoyed doing so. I have to say that this latest puzzle we’re undertaking is by far the coolest …

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The nomadiQ Ultimate Lightweight Portable Propane Grill (Review)

I get review items in all the time but every once in awhile, something like the nomadiQ grill comes in that I’m super excited about. This is one such item and while there’s really no direct tie to special needs parenting, it’s nonetheless very useful. So let’s just jump in with both feet. About 2 …

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The Fusion True Wireless Earbuds by KLH

A few things before I get into this Fusion earbuds review. I’m obsessed with wireless earbuds because I love music and hate wires. It’s one of the only ways I can escape as a single Dad to 3 autistic kiddos, especially since Covid. I’m not necessarily an audiophile but I do appreciate good quality sound …

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Check out @NoNetzSuits sensory friendly clothing

It’s no secret that sensory issues have impacted my kids for years. Clothing has been one of the most challenging for Emmett in particular. Socks have been difficult for him but we can more easily work around him not wearing socks. Unfortunately, there are some items of clothing that we really can’t easily go without. …

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Review of the @Purple Hybrid Premier Mattress

Purple Mattress

I’m reviewing the Purple Mattress, and I’m doing so in a nontraditional way because I’m a nontraditional person in nontraditional circumstances. Sleep has been a struggle for me since having kids. I’m a single Dad to three kiddos on the autism spectrum, and when they don’t sleep, I don’t sleep. Frankly, even when they do …

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