So many blocks all over my house. Between my two younger kids, big brother, and sister. They over run my house in every crack, couch cushions, and even in my shower. Raylan uses them in therapy as well. The idea of completely eradicating my house of blocks has gone through my mind a number ofContinue reading “DIY Mega Block storage Table”
Why don’t you ask for Help? Why didn’t you call me? You should have called me! Sound familar? These are all well known lines that I have heard more times than I’d like to count. Everyone wants to know why I won’t ask for help. Every single mom I have spoke with recently has saidContinue reading “5 Reasons Overwhelmed Moms Don’t Ask for Help”
Dear Justin, My name is Mickey. I am a mother of 4 and I grew up in the era of N’sync and Backstreet Boys. I’m sorry you weren’t my number one pick then, but now you are my hero. Not because of the boyish charm of n’sync or your ongoing success as an individual, butContinue reading “An open letter to Justin Timberlake”
Uniquely Human: A Different Way of Seeing Autism By Barry M Prizant PhD I set out to find answers on google and found nothing, but frustration. My son was diagnosed with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) in Fall of 2017. Although I knew the diagnosis was coming, I was still at a loss for what wasContinue reading ““Uniquely Human- A Different Way of Seeing Autism” Book Review”
there are four of them and ONE of me!
“Oh you just have to….”, “Maybe you should…”, “You need to….”
Seriously just put a sock in it y’all
As I laid in my bed half asleep, he put a cup in my hand. Being only a quarter awake I crawled out of bed as he took me by the hand.
Dear Autism, It’s one AM and our boy is upset. Crying, he is struggling to tell us what he needs. Tonight we are playing twenty questions, but in this version we have to guess the answers to these questions. Does your belly hurt? Do you want a drink? Does your head hurt? Do you needContinue reading “Dear Autism”