Not Graduating…YET

Not Graduating…YET

Today I am feeling a little sad because my son, T, will not be graduating this month like we had originally planned. He will still graduate, but he does not have enough hours in for the work study part of his program just yet. Sigh. I try very hard not to focus on what T does not or has not … Continue Reading →
I Am Not Weird

I Am Not Weird

In 2011 I met Kevin Metzger at the Type-A Convention and he shared with me this wonderful book, I Am Not Weird, that his daughter wrote. I have told so many people about the book in person, but I realized I never blogged about the book. I want to say that any child with cerebral palsy should read the book, … Continue Reading →
Goosie Custom Flash Cards and Giveaway

Goosie Custom Flash Cards and Giveaway

This is one of my favorite items I have come across lately. While I opted to make custom flash cards for my new nephew of his family, Goosie cards have a huge range of ways to help kids – including special needs kids! The idea is simple, use your own photos (or even stock images from Goosie) and enter your … Continue Reading →
The day continued….

The day continued….

So yesterday I wrote about traveling without Taylor (my special needs son) and what a rough day that was. I posted that at the airport just before I boarded the plane to come home. Little did I know there was much more to come. Here is an update. Before I had spoken to Taylor the second time (when he was … Continue Reading →