It is the little things you need to think about. For example-locks. Today we had all new doorknob locks installed on our downstairs kitchen closets and our basement door. Left: New outer knob, Right: New inner knob We have two issues: Finding our son, aka "The Wanderer", in the basement. Not only the fear of him … Continue reading It is the little things…
April 2nd is World Autism Day. I am mom to two children who light up my life, make me laugh, try my patience and make me feel like the luckiest person in the world. Oh, and they both are autistic. We had two very different experiences. I started to question if my son was autistic … Continue reading World Autism Day
A few weeks ago, we went to Castle Island in South Boston to celebrate spring coming (which means opening weekend at Sullivan's). While my husband was in line to get the food (which stretched on forever), I occupied E and Miss ME. Along the path that encircles the fort, there are big square boulders that … Continue reading Random, nice moments
My children were asleep when I came home from work last night. I went into their room and just stood looking at them. The only thought in my head: "How lucky am I to be their mom?" I'm a lucky lady.
Holiday parties. Fun! Stressful. As the parents of a 2 & 3 year old, parties are stressful. You are chasing kids around, making sure they aren't eating tinsel off the tree, stealing food off the table, tripping your older relatives by being underfoot, and dealing with the eventual melt down of missed naps and too … Continue reading A Sincere Thank You
When you have a three year old obsessed with Thomas & his Friends, having ThomasLand open 35 minutes from your house is awesome! We took E and Miss ME this weekend and had a wonderful time. Small enough for three year old legs to traverse, but enough rides to keep everyone entertained. If you live … Continue reading The Island of Sodor
I try to break up our routine day-to-day so my son can become used to change. Today we went to a different playground. Both kids had a great time! After 45 minutes, E signed that he was ready to go. He took my hand, led me to his sister and… …took her hand and held … Continue reading Glimpses of Good Things To Come