Happy Spring everyone! I should preface this post by confessing that I am not a gardening expert. To be honest, I am still a novice with much to learn. Gardening is a skill that is acquired from trial and...
Quarantine can be a brutal, brutal thing, especially if you’re doing high school from home. As a high schooler in virtual learning myself, I know the struggle very well. It can be hard to organize your time and learn...
How we Homeschool. I enjoy striking up a conversation with other Moms around the city. We share introductions and start the typical "first time Moms meet" convo. The same questions are usually exchanged. Ages of our kids, where we live...
Is this our new normal? We still don’t know what will stay around post Covid-19, but one thing we do know- it’s a lot. While there are positions and careers that allow for us to work from home, it’s...
Finding childcare can be extremely stressful on parents. From waitlists to finances, families have to consider many factors in finding the right fit for their child. Fortunately, Primrose Schools has expanded in the Central Texas area and offer many...
One of the best ways to create memories with your child is through reading.  Bedtime reading is a popular way to sneak in a few books during your time with the kids.  But don't let it stop there!  Read...
Picture books are magical, artful— and dreamful. Children’s literature is an essential piece of writing, and often a child’s first look into poetry and art. Picture books teach, inspire, and cause giggles. And giggles are necessary. If you know me,...
Hey Mamas, We are going to be RIGHT THERE WITH YOU. We will be home with kids begging for food, going stir crazy on rainy days, asking for the zillionth time to go anywhere, and doing our darndest not to...
Before I was a writer, I was a reader. Reading is a beautiful way to escape. As adults, we need to escape from our lives, our worries, and our stress. Kids need this, too. Encouraging your children to read is...
What We Learned in Therapy My youngest daughter, Adalee, suffered a stroke at the age of two.  Adalee lost her ability to speak and to use the right side of her body.  At first, we were not sure what her...

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What Having a Child with Autism Has Taught Me

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Although April 1st marks the beginning of World Autism Month, there isn’t a day that goes by that we don’t see and feel the...