I recently shared a bit about my autism story with my middle child. Diagnosed High Functioning Autistic about 3 years ago or so, it was a new learning experience. With that being said, finally having the diagnosis that now is pretty much Asperger's helped us to better raise our son. Now when others want to look at him odd or make faces because he isn’t as social as one would … [Read more...] about Autism Awareness #LightItUpBlue for Understanding and Acceptance
my autism story
High Functioning Autism: Gets Better with Age?
My experiences as a mom to a high functioning autistic son may be different than others. Every person has their own traits, quirks and environment that play a toll in changes that happen. This post is based solely on my own experiences of raising a son on the autism spectrum. OCD, Autism, Anxiety and ODD In Spring of 2014 we received the diagnosis that our son was High … [Read more...] about High Functioning Autism: Gets Better with Age?
Real Mom Tips for Monitoring Electronic Usage
Follow my blog with BloglovinAn online friend came to me the other day asking about some tips on monitoring electronic usage. You see this is one of the biggest issues most parents face. We are raising children that have technology in front of them at all times. Within my household alone we have at least 4 tablets, 3 smartphones, 3 computers, a Wii game console, a PS3 and I am … [Read more...] about Real Mom Tips for Monitoring Electronic Usage
Signs I should Have Seen For Autism
It was 2006. I gave birth to my second child. This was my first born boy. My other child was a girl and age 4. The first born child was easily reaching all milestones, talking ridiculously well at age 2 and advanced in so many ways. I knew the first born daughter was advanced, so when it came to raising another child, I had no idea what the norm was. My son came into this world … [Read more...] about Signs I should Have Seen For Autism