Tags » Spectrum/Parenting Blogs

How I Became a POW in the Bedtime Wars

As I look backward through the smudged glass of my memory, I see very clearly that bedtime has always been a problem. For a while there were night terrors; countless hours where I sat with my back against his bedroom door, crying silent tears as I watched him wander his room aimlessly, screaming and crying for no apparent reason. 1,135 more words

Spectrum/Parenting Blogs

Two Children, One Spectrum: Social Skills

I hope everyone had a great holiday season and found the time for some rest. I guess I wasn’t ready for the holiday break to be over, because I’m a week late in getting back to this! 728 more words

Spectrum/Parenting Blogs

Two Children, One Spectrum: Medication

This is part 8 in a series about two children on the autism spectrum. You can read the rest of the series by clicking here… 738 more words

Spectrum/Parenting Blogs

Holiday Affirmations

It’s the holiday season and I know you’re stressed. I’ve been reading all about it on Twitter and Facebook. It’s not just the decorating and gift-buying and cooking and schedule changes for the kids, it’s the inevitable friend or family member that leaves you feeling slighted, judged, and unappreciated. 88 more words

Spectrum/Parenting Blogs

Just A Short Delay

Sorry guys, I’ve been sick this week. The series will resume tomorrow.

I feel kind of bad that you came here just to read this, so here’s a picture of a puffin.

Spectrum/Parenting Blogs

Two Children, One Spectrum: Sensory Issues

Welcome to part 4 in our series about two children on the autism spectrum. If you’ve missed the previous posts in the series, you can get caught up here: 670 more words

Spectrum/Parenting Blogs

Two Children, One Spectrum: Feeding Issues

Welcome to part 3 of the series where we discuss the characteristics of two different children on the autism spectrum. If you’re just joining us, you can get caught up by reading part 1… 838 more words

Spectrum/Parenting Blogs