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
Choosing Toys For Different Learning Styles In Children All kids are enamored with their playtime. It gives them an option to relax and rest their minds. Relaxation just happens to be the best breeding ground for learning. Of course, different children have a different learning style. Some kids learn through ocular means, others by experiencing… Read More Choosing Toys For Different Learning Styles In Children
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!!!
Hey loves, I was thinking about something and it really disturbed me. Many parents do not acknowledge their children as people, with feelings who deserve respect. I can count the number of times I’ve seen parents unjustly punish a child, make a mistake, or hurt their feelings without saying “I apologize or I’m sorry”.… Read More Should I apologize to my kids? Or should they get over it?
Why is it that when I ask my son to do one thing, he looks at me and does the opposite? Ugh!!! These little people have a mind of their own but as parents I know we have to curb these little behavioral issues before they get out of hand. One mistake I do not… Read More Children Children Children!!!