Autism & Learning

I have heard people say that you can grow out of autism or certain behaviors. Everyone has their own way of thinking however research shows that autism is a neurological disorder, not something you can grow out of. There are ways to embrace change and grow with them. My daughter is four years old now,Continue reading “Autism & Learning”

Summer Lovin’

The best part about summer is the heat and sunshine, no doubt. In Canada we have short but beautiful summers, full of fresh air and full beaches. Something we also have plenty of are mosquitos and flying insects that bite. It natural part of outdoors however we can curve them naturally. Some people use chemicalsContinue reading “Summer Lovin’”

Home Echonomics

In highschool we are taught a few things, mostly to do with academics. Having skills related to everyday living is just as important. What are some skills worth developing at a young age? There are many in the photo below sjowong what a child should be learning; gardening, cooking, cleaning, taxes, self-esteem. There comes aContinue reading “Home Echonomics”

Parenthood:

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly We all know how butterflies and rainbows it is to have children involved in our lives.They test you and love you and do amazing things with boogies. The littles loves of iur lives could do no wrong. So what happens when something does go wrong, i used toContinue reading “Parenthood:”

Fear No Insect

Are you scared of bugs? Many adults are scared as much as kids are of insects. I have been able to teach my kids not to fear them by providing repellant and bug torches made out of red paint and sticks. In stores and online you can find insect replant bracelets, necklaces, shoelaces, and muchContinue reading “Fear No Insect”

Relatable Tweens

Do you remember when your mood swings started? It is funny but seriously, it is part of nature that everyone goes through. Puberty. It is when kids feel like they are capable of being an adult yet have no idea how to be an adult. How can you compare people’s experiences, is there something worthContinue reading “Relatable Tweens”

Aggression & Autism

What is a meltdown? Is it the same as a tantrum? I had no idea they were different until I started researching about aggressive outbursts. As I read more and more on autism and how others cope. It has become clear that many adults fear the meltdowns of their autistic children. Children become adults andContinue reading “Aggression & Autism”

Celebrate!!

Are you Irish? We are not Irish, however, we celebrate as many holidays as we can. We enjoy the energy and love brought to us by all cultures. I hope this day brings you a lot of luck or blessings, either one will do! 10 Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick‚Äôs Day with Kids with AutismContinue reading “Celebrate!!”

Baking With A Twist

Every day is a great day to learn something new! Who knew that there are recipes on google for autistic children. I had no idea. My son is 12 years old and has mild autism. He loves to cook and he would love to bake. Now he will be able to with minimal supervision.

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