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 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
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
After having a baby there’s a period where you have no idea if it is AM or PM or what day of the week it is. You try to stay awake during late night feedings. That’s followed by trying to fall back asleep as fast as you can. Ugh! It can be a tough time.… Continue reading 10 Best Shows to Binge On Maternity Leave
After having my first baby, my hospital room was like an ongoing party in full swing, with a stream of visitors for our entire two-day stay. Our house was even full of people waiting for us when we got home. Fast forward to baby number three. We had three visitors total at the hospital, asked… Continue reading Why I Said “Yes” and then “NO!” to Labor & Delivery Visitors
Recently a group of half a dozen women and I got into a conversation about the weird things people have said to us while we were pregnant. We all had a crazy story to share. I was kinda stunned…and then curious. So I took to social media to poll more women. Yep, sure enough, I… Continue reading Weird Things People Say to Pregnant Women
I know whatever opinion people have about breastfeeding in public tends to be a strong opinion. Even so, I was still caught off guard one evening when I was having dinner in the back booth at a little restaurant. I heard four young adults a few tables over talking about how I was surely breaking health… Continue reading How Do You Handle Negative Reactions about Breastfeeding in Public?