EPISODE SIX

I have to also mention something. If you ever think something isn’t right with your kid, don’t sit it out and wait. Don’t let the fear of the unknown cripple you to the point you cannot do anything to help. You can always help. You are your child’s biggest advocate. I know I post some … More EPISODE SIX

EPISODE FIVE

I wrote this a week ago to try to see things in my son’s view. Maybe it can help someone else. I was trying to think of how he feels when he gets anxious, upset, angry, uneasy, so many different emotions that maybe we don’t look at as adults. Sometimes we may feel like they … More EPISODE FIVE

EPISODE FOUR

Do you see that photo? That’s how Monday went. That’s my hot coffee that I hadn’t gotten more than 2 sips out of before walking 20 feet into our building and the darn lid popped off and exploded everywhere! Really Monday? Is this how we are now? I thought we were friends.. ok no, that’s … More EPISODE FOUR

EPISODE THREE

Oh and by the way.. the birthday party. Here’s a checklist of events for your viewing pleasure. McDonald’s meltdown.. mom wanted coffee and passed the golden arches.. kids melted down and wouldn’t believe there was going to be food there. To avoid the hazard to come, I waited 25 minutes in the lunch rush to … More EPISODE THREE

EPISODE TWO

Having a kiddo on the spectrum is hard. It’s not easy. It’s a lot of work, patience, love, stress, self control and so many other things. Every day is a learning curve from the day before. No day is the same, no day’s tricks will consistently work for the next. Today was one of those … More EPISODE TWO

EPISODE ONE

I don’t know if I should thank you for stopping by to read this or tell you to head for the hills and click “next”! There’s a whole lot of rambling ahead.. It’s Saturday morning, my kids have been up since before 6:30 and I just made the worst cup of coffee in my life. … More EPISODE ONE