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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

Vacationing with Autism

Taking a family vacation with autistic children is NOT EASY. I hate when I hear other parents complain about how hard their life is. Because if you spent one moment with a family that has any special needs children, maybe you would wake up and realize that you are probably terrible or lazy parents. That … Continue reading

Packing for a Summer Trip

I know that a lot of you will be packing up your cars this summer and driving to your vacation destinations. So today, I’m making a list that may help organize you for a trip with your little ones with special needs. The thing about my autistic children is that they are constantly changing. Things … Continue reading

Memorial Day Weekend.

Sorry that I didn’t write over the holiday. Sometimes it’s necessary not to have on any electronics and just enjoy all of those special moments with your loved ones. But I was thinking about you all and wondering about what I should write about next. Clearly, blogging is new to me. So I thought it … Continue reading