I have a love/hate relationship with Continue reading Grateful to You!
I have the most adorable problem in the world. She’s extremely cute, giggly and will come at you with Continue reading It Really Is Not OK
That time of year when we get the chance to slow down a little and breathe. I wasn’t planning to take a lot of time off of either home schooling or anything else this summer, but it just happened. And it was good for all of us. Continue reading Those Lazy, Hazy Days of Summer
Imagine that you are in the middle of a great story. You eagerly pick up your book, excited to find out what happens next. You open the page, but your eyes cannot make sense of what they see. You could read the book yesterday, but today you’ve lost that ability. Continue reading Visual Processing Disorder Part 1
In my opinion, “literally” is literally one of the most over-used, incorrectly applied words in the English language. “I mean, I literally jumped 10 feet in the air!” Um, no, you literally did not.
But literal thinking and behavior takes on a whole new meaning when navigating life with children on the autism spectrum. These kids tend to be very literal, concrete thinkers and you must choose your words carefully. Continue reading Like, Literally!