Fashion Doesn’t Take A Day Off …

So I was reading one of my new favorite fashion blogs, ONE little MOMMA, and I thought, "I NEED to be a fashion blogger!"  Seriously, she even writes on one of her pages that if people want to send her their stuff they can.  She, of course, will pre-approve whether or not she wants to write about … Continue reading Fashion Doesn’t Take A Day Off …

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Becoming Child-Like …

Having a child with special needs has meant coming to terms with the fact that we will always have a "child".  Little by little we have had to make adjustments in our expectations.  You know, those things we Americans think our kids should be experiencing - team sports, youth groups, academic achievements ... true friendships.  We even … Continue reading Becoming Child-Like …

Not Understood, Doesn’t Mean He Doesn’t Understand

Evan's favorite thing in the world is to be with other people and to talk to other people.  This can be really difficult for his anti-social, introvert mom.  But he drags literally drags me everywhere to talk to EVERYONE.  So one of the most frustrating things about special needs and disability in our house is communication.  Or … Continue reading Not Understood, Doesn’t Mean He Doesn’t Understand