I had to take Pooh to the walking clinic for a barking cough. He was at the point of saying, “Fix it mommy” so I knew everything I was doing was not working. By the time we parked in the
Sorry its been awhile so much has happened lately! For starters, Direct Loan approved me to buy a home. The realtor I’m working with seemed to have the heart for the kids and couldn’t wait to tell us. The amazing
My new obstacle I had this week had to do with my daughter Jenny. She seemed to take a few steps back on the self-harming. I got a call from her school saying they saw a few marks on her
We had the autism walk last week, and yesterday was the Special Olympics. My anxiety was at a high thinking about last year, when he couldn’t do too much of anything. The lost look on his face not knowing who
Usually this time of the year I start to think about what I want to do over the summer. It usually consists of the pool, bowling, with some job coaching I’m going to struggle with it, after what happened last year, Jenny,
Last week I got word from his teacher. Pooh is so close to re-mastering everything he lost over the summer. They plan to start picking new stuff for him, and we can start looking ahead. It felt really good having
That first day back to school, was the most stressful day in my life. I wasn’t even planning on returning to work. It seemed easier to think, Bill’s best interest was to be schooled at home. But was it his best interest or more what I wanted?
My son slept from 7pm till about 6 in the morning. It was such a beautiful sight opening my eyes to see him standing and saying, “I’m starving Marvin mommy” with that adorable cheesy grin on his face. I stood up
My son’s illness started in April of 2016. During that week, he experienced insomnia. I didn’t think too much of it since it has happened before. Looking back in my past notes, it was a pattern towards the end of the school year.
It’s been like that all my life I guess. Domestic Violence survivor, homeless, being estranged from your own children, as well as being a parent of children who have diagnoses. That one came as a blow to the stomach and