Yesterday I got a letter from my child’s school asking to fill out a questionnaire to help determine classroom placement for next year. It’s nice to be ask to be heard but as the parent of a twice exceptional child (a child with a gifted IQ and a documented disability typically ADHD or Aspergers) the […]
If you are a Disney fan like I am RUN don’t walk to your computer and apply to be on the Disney Parks Moms Panel by noon today! Also you can read more about my application process last year (spoiler alert – I didn’t make the panel) here: http://rhodeislandmom.blogspot.ca/2013/11/you-miss-100-of-shots-you-dont-take.html
Everyone is on pins and needles for the start of school. The routine change, lots of things shifting it’s unsettling for everyone. But for a special needs Mom it’s different. You begin mentally preparing long before the first day occurs. This year my special needs child changing schools to middle school, going from 180 children […]
Just got home from the Disney Social Media Moms event in Philadelphia late last night. So much to share about this amazing event…but today work calls so just giving you a little teaser… See you real soon with a full update!!!
Have you seen the great and accurate commentary on what it is like to be a Mom at the end of the school year? If not check two of my favorites…this blog post last year from Jen Hatmaker is pretty spot on. Also this year Buzzfeed got into the mix and compared beginning of the […]
Sigh. You try to just go with the flow as a special needs parent. Really. Be grateful for the teachers and staff at school that “get” your child an go above and beyond to help and hope that some kids find a way to accept your child even when they are not visibly different yet […]