I haven’t posted a dish in the longest time. I haven’t been really cooking that much though is why. Even with the holidays behind us, I didn’t cook much, I didn’t gorge on yummy holiday food. I didn’t do much except stress out and work. And if you know me, or follow my blog, you … Continue reading Meet my favorite dish: Pastitsio.
For him. I have to work, exercise, cook, save money, research, pray . . .and be happy . . .for him! Continue reading I must . . . for him.
I wrote an article recently (which you can read here) in a column titled 24 Hours Mom for Talk magazine. Each month various mothers (working, single, stay-at-home) contribute and write about their day. I was asked to write about my day raising a child on the spectrum and all that that entails. It was easy … Continue reading It’s not easy. Seriously, do not be fooled.
Seven, not six or five, but seven (7!!!) vaccines at 4 months old!! I’m no expert, but just somewhere deep inside me that just feels like A LOT!! And to top it off, I’ve met another mom recently who used to have the same pediatrician as us and her son is on the spectrum as … Continue reading I’m mostly mad at myself. A lot mad.
My boy loves to run. He loves to run and play ball, chase pigeons, hug dogs and cats, roll his hands in grass, sand, mud. He seeks out sensory stimuli whenever and wherever he is. This weekend was the perfect weekend for ALL that because this weekend I signed him up for his very first … Continue reading What’s up little man?
We saw a child psychiatrist a couple of days ago who recommended we begin medication for P. We visited his office, P, my father-in-law and I, and the little guy was so happy on the train ride there. Thought he was going on a day trip, or to the park, or somewhere fun. As soon … Continue reading To medicate or not to medicate? That is the underlying, heart-breaking question.
Originally posted on Trying to be Super Mom . . . and failing miserably || life with autism and other (mis)adventures:
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… Continue reading Therapeutic Listening and table work