Last post on my blog, in January, I posted a picture with a quote about trying. Well because that was that day my husband and I talked and decided we will actively try to get pregnant. After talking we decided that we did in fact want to have one more child together. Collectively, we have … Continue reading Time Goes So Fast
Today, after dropping Avah off at school, while driving, I just thought about how happy she's been since attending Liberty. Also, how happy I've been since she's started at Liberty. When we had to leave Pizzo due to boundary changes I always thought to myself we'd never find a more cohesive, family type atmosphere than … Continue reading Avah & Middle School
There are moments through this autism journey that will test a parent's strength and emotional well being. These moments will also touch upon this spot in our heart that is soft, delicate and extremely fragile that we as autism parents have mended back together time and time again. This part of our heart was initially … Continue reading Those Moments When Autism Hurts
September 2, 2013 Re: HOST Afterschool Program Hillsborough County School Board members, I am writing you in true disbelief. Disgusted at how my daughter and I were disregarded by staff members at the HOST program at my daughters school, Lewis Elementary. I enrolled her in the HOST program and clearly indicated on the application … Continue reading Letter to the School Board
I am all for small businesses! I am a resident in Temple Terrace and have been a loyal customer of Comfy Kids Consignment shop for nearly four years now. I mainly consign and purchase clothes for my children at the shop. However, this Christmas I really wanted to buy my daughter a karaoke machine for … Continue reading Warning Parents! Comfy Kids Consignment selling broken merchandise
In less than two weeks, two autistic children have been lost to tragic drowning accidents. A loss of an innocent child is truly a sad occurrence and far too many times here in Florida children’s lives are cut short by drowning. The saddest part is that drownings are preventable. In more ways than one: swimming … Continue reading ASD Parents: Make swim lessons a priority!