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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 tips guaranteed to make you a better #Autism parent

Are you new to Autism Parenting? Here are 3 tips that will help you become the best #Autism Parent you can be.







Mom Vs. Dad In The Eyes Of The Law

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This is a contributed post and therefore may not reflect the views and opinions of this blog or its author. (Image Source)   If you use social media a lot, you’re probably aware of all of the gender issues gripping society at the moment. Everyone wants to have the same… Read more »







5 Things to Avoid When You’re Stressed

This is a contributed post and therefore may not represent the views /opinions of this blog or its author.    We all know that life can be stressful. From dealing with parenting issues to trying to stay on top of finances, life, these days, seems to always be one step ahead… Read more »







Day With Dad: How to Fit the Kids into Your Schedule

  Link Let’s be honest about it, having a kid is never easy at the best of times, and having more than one can feel overwhelming! But, it is important to make time for our kids and to give them the interaction with both mommy and daddy. You play a… Read more »







#Autism 101: Understanding Meltdows

Do you know the difference between an Autism related Meltdown and a tantrum? If you said no, you’re probably not alone. Meltdowns are easily one of the most misunderstood facets of Autism and I’m going to help you better understand. When you’re done, please help me share it so I… Read more »







Even Daddies make mistakes and need to apologize

Today was one of those days where I feel like a parenting failure. There wasn’t one specific thing that contributed to me feeling like this but rather a culmination of things. The boys were being the boys. They were loud, hyper and testing my patience. Gavin was being Gavin and… Read more »


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