Pappou thinks, actually he insists, that the sand be moved to the basement. Out of sight. Sand goes everywhere. Lots of cleanup. But Panayioti loves it so much. Continue reading Engrossed in the transfer of sand from one hand to the other
Because all parents think of what job would most suit their child I’m thinking a job that would entail dealing with sand, dirt and water. Construction worker? Continue reading Our love of sand . . . and all things sensory
Flaky on top, really moist and decadent in the middle . . . this cake rocks! Read more about how to make this incredibly delicious cake and see the recipe here: http://smittenkitchen.com/ I just wish I had some of that vanilla ice cream I was raving about a couple of posts ago. Make it and Enjoy … Continue reading Just another fabulously flaky, moist, and delicious chocolate cake
All parents have guilt. Some have more, some have less than others. But we all have guilt. At least the normal parents do, right? Well I am not so normal and I have tons!! I am an autism parent newbie so I am plagued with guilt on a daily basis. It’s something that I’ve come … Continue reading Guilt.
Took Little Miss to the swings a little after 9 am, then dropped her off by noon at my in-laws before I headed to Panayioti’s school to pick him up. Back home by 2 pm and it’s our bi-weekly playdate/PECS therapy with his lovely teacher. Then a little before 6 pm a meeting back at … Continue reading A somewhat typical day.
It is so freaking hot lately! The little guy is about to start taking swimming lessons again, he has his first lesson today at 1pm so I’ve been letting him play with water and the little tiny baby pool that we have to get sort of acquainted I guess. What he does though is let … Continue reading Dealing with the heat