One kid likes crunchy carrots but hates mushy carrots and salad. Another likes broccoli but can’t stand Brussels sprouts. I’ve learned to work within their boundaries.
How many times have you asked your kid what on earth is smeared from the corner of their mouth up towards their ear? Or wondered if that’s a wound on their knee or a perma-stain of dirt and grime?
Last month Abalone had her annual well-check visit with her pediatrician. We see the Doc every 3-6 months for a variety of reasons but mostly to reevaluate our tactics with dealing with both kids’ ADHD. Abalone getting better sleep turned out to be our top priority discussed during this visit. One of the things […]
You know that sunshine, fresh air, and exercise may make you healthier. At least, I hope you do. Well, there’s been studies done to show a link that exposure to nature can reduce the symptoms of ADHD, at least, temporarily. But the study found that even just 20 minutes a day in an open field […]
It’s a sad and devastating day when a parent learns that a dream they had for their child won’t be coming to fruition. In January of 2017 I signed both of my children up for the lottery for our local Montessori school. I was beyond disbelief and full of excitement when I learned in April […]