I’ve been blogging since 2002 with about raising girls with disabilities & autism. Learn what your doctor won't tell you about food & medicine, discover real solutions that help your kid and relieve daily stress. I love hearing from you...email me with questions & comments!
This is a sponsored post from Center For Youth Wellness about creating healthy habits for kids; all opinions are my own. We all want our kids to be fit, whole, and healthy for at least some of their lives. The problem is that kids learn best from what they see, not what you say. Healthy habits for kids begins with you – the parent – taking
Raising kids who on are the autism spectrum, have speech delays and are nonverbal, or have severe learning and/or developmental disabilities can be a challenge. As parents, we constantly worry about their safety. Will they wander? Will they hurt themselves if we get distracted? Is my child safe at school? We need products, services, and tools that can provide safety for a child on the
Wondering how to set up your nontoxic kitchen? Here is my nontoxic kitchen gift guide. This post contains affiliate links and sponsored links. Nontoxic Kitchen Gift #1 – for Prep: The Eco Chop Bon Cook’s Eco-Chop is simple to use and cut up everything you need so prep is a breeze! I received this product for review purpose and I love it. It’s not precisely
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. Product was provided by the client for review; however, all opinions are mine alone. #WorldsSmartestToothbrush #CollectiveBias I’m fortunate in that I’m married to a Super Techie – a guy who really knows his way around computers, electronics and Wi-Fi. He helps me with all my tech issues and stops me from throwing my
This is a sponsored post in partnership with Stress Health, an initiative of the Center for Youth Wellness, but all opinions are my own. One thing most parents raising a child on the autism spectrum have in common is dealing with an autism meltdown. If your child struggles with change or transitions, a meltdown is their way of dealing with the stress, fear, anxiety, and frustration