This year we all vacationed together. Hubby, baby, P and me! Plus grandma and grandpa and tons of relatives in hubby’s village and some visiting from Australia. I was fearful it would be too much for Panayioti and with the exception of one occasion where he almost seemed to be purposefully pushing his, and mine, … Continue reading This year’s summer vacation: little tiny baby steps towards maturity . . .
For my little man, who will always be my inspiration Continue reading Check out my little baby ‘book’ on amazon’s kindle store 🙂
In my own small effort to bring more awareness about autism to our community here in Greece, I’ve maybe confided in three of my new coworkers about P’s autism diagnosis. Today I was talking with one of these coworkers when she mentioned I ought to get a priest to perform some kind of special blessing for … Continue reading What if God was one of us? A God post.
Last Saturday afternoon, after I dropped off the little guy at my in-law’s and Miss M was taking her siesta I took advantage of the 2 hour gap for some me time and booked an appointment at a nearby spa for a much-needed manicure/pedicure. The moment I walked in, and even though the AC was … Continue reading Beaute with a side of autism.
This cake is so simple, so easy and quick and fun even my little Maria can make it. In fact, she basically did 🙂 All you need is: 200 gr. of yoghurt (I always use FAGE) 1 1/2 cup sugar zest of 1 orange 3 eggs 1 1/2 cups flour 1 tsp. baking powder 300 … Continue reading Simple yoghurt honey cake
Originally posted on Trying to be Super Mom . . . and failing miserably || life with autism and other (mis)adventures:
See, in the beginning, and even though I had read hundreds and I mean hundreds of articles, I thought it was a passing thing. He’ll do a few months of speech/occupational therapy and he’ll be on his way,… Continue reading Just a little intro
I’m in too good a mood to relive the painful memories of last summer with my little guy. But, let me briefly fill you in: the constant siren sounds/shrieking, which would even spike up in the evening, the constant moving around, the no control of movement and gestures, the spitting/saliva playing, the 2-week long constipation, … Continue reading You know how he was last summer? Well, there’s no relation!!