One Year Later A Mother’s Autism Story According to mass general, the Autism spectrum disorder now affects 1 in 68 children. Boys are nearly 5 times more likely than girls to be diagnosed with ASD. Autism spectrum disorder is one of the fastest-growing developmental disorders in the United States. ASD is more common than childhood cancer, diabetes and AIDS… Read More One Year Later: A Mother’s Autism Story
How I overcame disorder and got more organized Hey sugar plums, I hope all is well and I know that it’s a busy time of year for most of us because the Christmas holiday is quickly approaching. I am happy to say that I am handling business a lot earlier than I did in previous… Read More How I got more organized-It wasn’t overnight by any means
Disorder is a problem for any Mom Hey mommy friends, I hope all is going well with you lovebugs. If you don’t know, I am 5.5 months pregnant and I am extremely fatigued and just plain ole tttiiiiirrrrreeeedddd. I found out that we are having twin boys and now it all makes sense. I was… Read More Why DISORDER is truly a problem!!!
Hello loves, SSSSooooooo if you don’t know, we have 3 boys (Rezon Jr., Ryan, and Roman) and I was making a huge mistake and didn’t know it until my husband told me. My idea about raising boys was good in theory until I actually had these little people. I had a good handle on the… Read More My Biggest Mistake with RAISING BOYS!!!
Proverbs 31:10 says who can find a virtuous woman that question alone makes you feel like she is not even real. Like she’s not even possible, I’m never ever going to reach this level of being virtuous! She’s not just traditional, but this woman is contemporary. All of her characteristics and her traits can… Read More A Modern View of Virtue: Conscientious
Last week, my family and I took our annual trip to Linvilla Orchards [ www.linvilla.com] to pick our delicious, organic apples. We picked huge apples, regular size apples, and small apples. Regardless of the ‘DO NOT EAT APPLES’ sign, our 2-year old couldn’t resist the delicious apples growing around him. He was able to reach… Read More When life gives you APPLES…Make EVERYTHING!!!
Yes! It’s October, Bully Prevention Awareness Month, among other disease and organizational awarenesses. However, since I am a mother and a victim of minor, inconsistent bullying, this month is important to me. Can you believe thousands of children opt to stay home just so they don’t have to face their bully? Do you know how… Read More Bully Prevention Awareness Month