You often hear that having autism means a lack empathy and emotion. I know for a fact this isn't true, both of my boys are empathetic they regularly have and show many feelings. I realize that these feelings may sometimes be more difficult for them, to process then acknowledge and express but they are absolutely present, and… Continue reading autism and empathy
As I mentioned in my previous post I have been a bit anxious recently. I would like to say this is a new problem but It’s not. I’m pretty much anxious over everything especially when it comes to my kids. One of the things that can really trigger my anxiety is my family's food allergies. … Continue reading Cake Decorating as therapy!
Bree has been home sick a lot lately one day a few weeks ago she happened to be home during one of Joey’s Occupational Therapy (OT)sessions. During this session I had to sit with Joey and the therapist for the full hour I gave Bree her iPad and asked her to hang out in her… Continue reading “I did it, he slept all night”
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❤️
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