In case there is someone out there who may find any of these words helpful and since April is Autism Awareness Month, I thought I’d share our experiences with the different stages of getting a diagnosis. There is Nothing “wrong” with my child is a piece I wrote after it was suggested to us to have… Continue reading Autism Awareness Month
I am sill mending a broken bone but attempting to get back in the swing of things.
You may have noticed I haven’t been around for a few weeks. I took a tumble and broke my hand. While I am doing okay, it has made typing blog posts a challenge. I’m not sure if I will attempt short, periodic posts or just wait until I’ve recovered before updating anything here. I hope… Continue reading Out of Order
We’ve been busy eating our weight in bacon and sausage this week. What have you been up to?
“I am positive, without a doubt, if it hadn’t been for ABA and Sheri Homishak my son would still be non-verbal, shaking an item in his hand and spinning around in circles. ABA gave my son not only a chance but also patience, love, and understanding. Jonathan has come so far! He has surpassed all… Continue reading Why You Should Choose AIM Clinics for Your Child’s ABA Therapy
I hope everyone had a great week. Thanks for checking out my weekly series posted every Friday, Week in Review. Enjoy a recap of how the week went down, and tell me about yours. 1) What’s gotten my attention this week? My sister, Gabby. She was deservingly honored as Mom of the Month for March 2019.… Continue reading Week in Review 3/8/2019
Friends, I’ve never been big on Valentine’s Day. Not for any social reason like I’m opposed to the commercialism of it or anything. Just because. Then when I got married it kinda seemed like our anniversary started to check the box of what Valentine’s Day is supposed to cover. Since becoming a mom I have… Continue reading Stamped Sweets Makes Any Occasion Special