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Attorney Time

SO SORRY. My husband and I have gotten handed a major challenge and we are back in the attorney world to fight Libby once again over her bs. So, when I can come up for air and think to write, I will shall. Elle.B.

Joint Custody and Summer Vacations Part 1

Agreements between parents of a joint custody child are never easy or understood correctly (at least not by the bipolar crazy mother). It must be difficult being crazy and illiterate? Let me do you all the honor of reading through the agreement section regarding Summer Vacation Visitations and then I’ll copy and paste the conversation … Continue reading

Tantrums or Sensory Overload

It’s so hard sometimes to determine whether your special needs child is just upset and dealing with the normalities of growing up or if it’s an allergic reaction to the world around him or her. My husband and struggle with this all of the time. And sometimes it’s a mixture of both…. And we get … Continue reading

Family Trip to the Zoo

To my three daughters: Today we all went to the zoo. You guys were all completely excellent. You had so much fun looking at all of the animals. It was simply a delight. See, the reason I am saying this is because not all of our family outings run smoothly. Sometimes one of you doesn’t … Continue reading

I love you.

I remember the day that the doctor told us that our twins had autism. It was three years ago. Autism was just getting into the media and public slowly. Not like it is today. It is amazing the amount of support, charities, research and public figures who are getting involved to take help out this … Continue reading

The World of Child Custody.

I love my daughters. I wish there were a thousand hours in the day and that I truly was a super mother who had the energy to play, laugh, dance, imagine, sing, create, etc… with my girls all day long. (I know with their energy, they definitely could last a thousand hours if I let … Continue reading

Mother’s Day.

So a funny thing happened over Mother’s Day…. not really, I’m being extremely sarcastic. This is written in the agreement between my husband and my stepdaughter’s mother, Libby, regarding phone calls: “Each parent shall have reasonable telephone access to the child while in the care of the other parent, not to exceed three (3) times … Continue reading