Served this up with some cut up oranges and a few cranberries and a small drizzle of honey. Light and tasty and good for you too!! Some people may not care for tahini but seriously you can barely taste it in this cake. And with the addition of cinnamon the house smells really good. Ingredients: … Continue reading Afternoon Snack Idea: Gluten free, Vegan Tahini Cake
It’s beautiful in Athens lately. I hope it stays this way. It makes our life a whole lot easier. There’s more to do, and more energy and good vibes to do it with. It’s amazing what an important role the sun plays in our lives. Continue reading What a beautiful day!!
Alright, lentils as part of therapy? There are parents that are skeptical I know. Even I was for a while. But then, this past weekend I sat down with my son and we ‘played’ with lentils in a basket and it was awesome. When you take a fistful in one hand and let them fall … Continue reading They definitely know something we don’t.
We are a cheesy duo, I know. I thought I’d try something new with him. What about a necklace for your little sis?, I asked Panayioti and of course my sweet boy went along with me. Even holding it up so that I can take a picture of it. He is getting so good with … Continue reading Cheesiness comes in all shapes and sizes!!
For the looongest time I’ve been in search of a bigger house, or at least a bigger kid’s room for my son. I want him to be able to play in his room and have fun and not really want to leave. To get enough sensory stimulation and input that he doesn’t need to jump … Continue reading Panayioti’s Room
I am super excited that my little man after just one day of working with him on using scissors to cut a straight line has accomplished that feat. And it’s no small feat!! So of course he got to play with his favorite marbles as a reward! Yay! Continue reading Just one more ‘little’ thing we’ve accomplished: using scissors!
When I first started this blog it was to write about my life, our life, dealing and living with autism, to let people know what types of therapies were doing, how we’re functioning and staying happy and sane. It’s tough raising kids, even kids who aren’t on the spectrum. I don’t ever want to say … Continue reading Therapeutic Listening and table work