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There was a young maiden in an enchanted moor, chained and bound to a charmed door.
A really, long poem I wrote about 10 years ago.Read more "Lily Everglore and The Passion Door"
As some of you may know I have a 6 year old with ADHD, SPD, developmental delays, a chromosome 20p duplication of unknown significance and a possible NVLD. In many ways he’s a typical little boy and in others he’s simply not. I see a lot of myself in him and quite frankly that scares […]Read more "When you see yourself in your child and realize things have to change"
When it comes to my six year old I feel like the Borg, adapting to phaser modulations and trying to assimilate at the same time. I battle with him EVERY DAY. I try new tactics. I revert back. I try different ones. It’s a struggle. I often think about when I was little, if […]Read more "When sight words make you feel like a shitty parent"
The Grocery Challenge is but one demon we are facing right now. There are many turning points in our life that we are trying to consider. We are not coping well with changes and emotions, which often leads to bouts of anger and frustration. Personally, I am tackling the challenge of inner peace and still […]Read more "The many challenges we face"
I have decided to take a grocery challenge. We need to start cutting down on expenses and I figured that the best way for me to see if there’s any room to lower our grocery budget is to set it up as a challenge. This challenge would essentially drop our budget by about $200. Our […]Read more "$100-$120 a week grocery challenge"
I had a GI appointment today. Gastro-intestinal doctors seem to fill my existence. Clark has had one since he was 4 months old. I had to call his GI nurse today because the stomach virus that plagued our house has not left his system. My appointment was not about raging stomach viruses but about my […]Read more "A new diagnosis, or lack thereof"