I know Toy storage isn’t just an autism parenting problem. I'm pretty sure it's a problem for a lot of parents. Currently, we have more toys than I really want to admit, I try and try to come up with organized solutions. I do have the kids put away things when they are done… Continue reading Please Pardon The Mess.
Easter has been a tough holiday for me since Tyler was first diagnosed with autism. Tyler's second Easter we had an Easter egg hunt at my parents house. It was just Bree my niece and nephew and Tyler. I was pregnant with Joey at the time. The other three kids held the Easter baskets and… Continue reading Easter expectations
Tyler has been sick the last few nights with a cough and fever When he started with a croupy cough and horsed voice we headed to the pediatrician. He was very anxious going to the dr because the last visit he needed X-rays and blood work. I was able to get him through all the… Continue reading I wanted to punch the doctor in the face, but, I didn’t…
I love you... These are words most parents can take for granted. These are words I have taken for granted especially with Bree. I don't remember the first time she said I love you. I know she said it probably around age two and she said it to me very often throughout a day in… Continue reading I love you❤️
Our oldest was a picture perfect baby girl named Bree who came into this world surrounded by chaos and in her very own way. Nothing was as expected from this pregnancy and delivery I had suffered from preterm labor around 28 weeks and was placed on bed rest. Bree ended coming four weeks early, sunny… Continue reading The Kids background
Well here goes nothing; I'm jumping on the mommy blogging bandwagon! I decided to start a blog for a few reasons Maybe it will be therapeutic; I hear writing about things can be relaxing. I do have a glass of wine on my nightstand! Hopefully, connect with people who have kids or family members with autism… Continue reading About me