Tag: Schizoaffective

This morning has completely fallen apart

We’re not off to the best start today. Unfortunately, most of us are not feeling well. By most of us, I mean everyone in my family with an active immune system. Ironically, Gavin is the the only one who’s feeling fine.  In reality, that’s a good thing because the last thing in the world we …

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Our day in pictures because I’m too tired to use words

It’s been a really long day and I have quite a bit to share but I’m exhausted. I’m going to get you all caught up in the morning and explain how the boy’s appointments went today.  For now, I’ll leave you with the photo gallery from our adventures in immunology and allergies… 

We have a really busy day today

We have a really long day ahead of us. After dropping the boys off at school, we have to get a copy of Gavin’s birth certificate from the Canton Board of Health. We can’t find his for some reason and we need it cause in order to recertify this year, we have to prove that …

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Here’s some GOOD NEWS

While yesterday was a trying day, there was some really awesome news. We got our car back from the shop. My brother was able to get the ignition removed and replaced but it wasn’t easy. The new ignition works like a charm and I’m so grateful for his help. I also was to say a …

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2 things my #Autism family is struggling with right now

It’s been an exhausting day.  I managed to squeeze out five hours of sleep between last night and now. That was broken up into three tiny chunks and not all at once. That sorta kills the benefit.  Emmett’s been having nightmares again for the last couple of nights, and in true Autistic fashion, he’s generalized …

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5 ways you can help an #Autism parent 

Being an Autism parent is overwhelming. I think anyone who’s parenting a child with Autism would likely agree with that statement. What I think we can sometimes forget is that Autism can be overwhelming to anyone, including family and friends.  I truly believe that most family and friends want to be supportive, but don’t know …

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