Blue Pixie Dust and Rainbows to Celebrate The Pirate Fairy on DVD! #ProtectPixieHollow #shop

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Toddler Excited about Disney's The Pirate Fairy #ProtectPixieHollow #shop

Is there anything better than a new Disney movie release? Continue Reading…

I’m Taking the She Sweats Summer Challenge!

After many months of fighting a postpartum mood disorder and having my antidepressant turn me into a human inflatable, I am very excited to announce that I am starting the She Sweats Summer Challenge through He and She Eat Clean! The Summer Challenge is 16 weeks long. I’ll start Continue Reading…

5 Tips to Potty Train a Toddler with Sensory Processing Disorder

5 Tips to Potty Train an SPD Toddler

Sensory kids are tough. They generally do what they want, when they want and ain’t nobody going to convince them otherwise! For months, I had anxiety about potty training C. Would he be ready? Would he play games with us, like the first time we Continue Reading…

What I Don’t Say About Being a Special Needs Mom

“I don’t know how you do it.”

I get those words a lot. I usually smile and reply, “You learn to deal with what you have to deal with.” That’s the truth, but there is a lot more to my truth that I don’t add. The truth in its entirety is just too Continue Reading…

Save calories with the Fresh Express Salad Swap!

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C finally had his sleep study!

Ready for C's Sleep Study

In the waiting room, ready to be called in for the sleep study!

This sleep study was originally scheduled for January, was denied by our insurance company, we took it through the grievance Continue Reading…

Zoobean curates personalized books and apps for my child – and C loves it!

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ZoobeanSubscription services are all the rage right now. What’s cooler than getting a box of exciting products at your doorstep each month?! Zoobean is a subscription Continue Reading…

(Kinda) Wordless Wednesday: Silly Smiles From Baby Jo

Baby Jo pulling herself up at railroad museum

Peekaboo!

We took these pictures while we were at the railroad museum last week. Baby Jo’s silly, mischievous smile cracks me up. It’s the same smile that I can be seen flashing Continue Reading…

C Gets Sensory Input from Falling on his Bed

C has a high threshold for certain sensory input, like vestibular and proprioceptive. He likes to fall on his bed either onto his face or backward onto his butt. Here he is falling backward to get the input he Continue Reading…

As close to homemade baby food as you can get with Beech-Nut’s new just gentle cooking™.

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just gentle cooking: The New Beech-Nut line of baby food

I’m one of those moms that is a little obsessive about Continue Reading…

Letting Go of Toxic Relationships

I have a confession to make. There’s an entire side of my family that I don’t really speak with. Naturally, there’s the pleasantries and small talk at funerals and the occasional wedding; but there’s not a relationship there except one formed by blood. It was Continue Reading…

C Does Donuts in his Cozy Truck

If this is any indication of his driving habits in 14 years…

Here’s C doing donuts in the living room in his Little Tikes Cozy Continue Reading…