I really don’t want this post to come off as a snobbish; “I’m super smart!” kind of thing. Because while I’m smart and have a good punch of common sense to go with it, I also realize that I
I had one of those Eureka! moments this week about myself. Someone posted an article in one of the many special needs groups that I’m a part of, and my brain made a connection and went “DING! duh!” I’m hypermobile.
I’m excited. And I’m sheepishly telling my husband that he was right. Or should it be write? He’s been pestering me for a very long time about putting my skills to use and writing a book. Every time,
I spent a good deal of time working on a project before I wrote this post, because I was too red-hot mad to even write about it. It’s funny that Gifted Homeschoolers Forum just linked a post about adult
We joke with our kids and tell them that their Sensory Processing Disorder gives them superpowers – and it does, in a weird way. Those same brain differences that let them hear minutia can become overwhelming: neurotypicals don’t experience