Sensory kids are challenging. You just never know what’s going to happen! You could have a lovely outing when you expected all hell to break loose. You could have a meltdown in a formerly safe place. You just
I’ve written about ways to make the dentist easier for those with sensory issues before. In fact, I inadvertently used the same picture! This visit though – I have no tips or hints on how to make it easier. Because
So this happened today. I’m not sure if I should be sad, frustrated, or annoyed. Maybe all three. Maybe none? After all, it is what it is, and we just have to deal with it. My older two kids
We eat out too much. I freely admit to that – and I also know why. I’m frequently drained and the idea of someone else fixing 5 different meals at the same time for my family is enticing.
As the parent of a 2e kiddo, I’ve found that you really have to laser in on the things that matter to see progress. If I’m looking at my kid from the big picture standpoint, it’s depressing. Some things