Category: Daily Posts
These are the post that I am inspired to make from day to day or week to week.
As a single parent to an autistic child, I know very well how quickly the day can become overwhelming. Over the years, I’ve learned that parenting an autistic child is an endurance sport. One that’s too hard hitting for the faint of heart, who require child leashes on their fully functional 7 year old. The […]
We moved to a new place back in February of this year. Much like anyone would expect, this meant going through all of the old belongings to sortout what was coming with us, and what we could donate to Salvation Army. In the process we got to go through all of the kids’ toys, and […]
Oral Fixation And Autism Does your autistic child have a habit of chewing or biting on their shirts and toys? Is your child frequently caught putting their fingers in their mouth? There’s a great solution to this problem! The solution involves directing this oral fixation towards objects that are meant to be chewed. It’s something needs […]