Tag: Autism Parenting

How migraines and desperation led us to explore CBD products

If you’ve been reading our story for a while, you are probably aware of at least some of the problems we’re facing as a family. Most of the focus has been on the kids, especially Gavin. One of the things I haven’t spent a great deal of time lately is… Read more »



Ideas for Throwing the Perfect #Autism Friendly Birthday Party

Being a parent in this day and age is tough enough, but it can be even more difficult with life as an autism parent. There is a lot of hard work, and it takes time to get into any kind of routine. It’s not the same as parenting a child… Read more »



Why & How You Deserve To Chill The Heck Out

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This is a contributed post and therefore may not represent the views and opinions of this blog or its author.   If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ll likely understand that responsibility, care, and patience are big themes here. This is what life is about, and it can… Read more »



Tips For Dads! 10 Ways To Keep Your Family Safe Even While You’re Away

Beyond putting food on the table, every dad aims to provide protection for both his family and home. It’s their pride and joy to be able to assure safety and comfort for the whole brood. Unfortunately, it’s not always possible to be physically present in cases of emergency. This is… Read more »



Secure Your Family’s Finances With a Job For the Future

This is a contributed post and therefore does not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of this blog or its author.    It’s not easy to manage your family’s finances. There are always bills to pay, it seems like there’s always a surprise expense just waiting around the corner, and while… Read more »



3 Awesome Modern Toys Great For Children with #Autism

This is a contributed post and therefore does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of this blog or its author.   Whether it’s Christmas, Birthdays or really any special occasion, it can be difficult knowing what to get children as toys. For Autism parents, this can be even more… Read more »



The important reason I cried this morning

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This morning, Emmett and I went to Wishes Can Happen’s annual Wish-A-Thon. I was planning to go alone for a couple of reasons. First of all, this is a very hard thing to do and I didn’t want to upset the kids or talk about Gavin’s story in front of… Read more »


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