Yesterday we ventured to our local farmer's market as we do every Wednesday to grab some dinner...and the occasional maple bacon donut (good lord these are good-if you are local to South Jersey, these beauties are from Farm and Fisherman). With food in tow, we ended up sitting … [Read more...] about Reading is the Reward
I can't tell you how many times my Four year old will ask me a question that requires a complicated answer and once I start to answer it, he will, after about on minute, drift of into something else-dancing, jumping, eating, hiding, dinosaurs, construction emergency! This … [Read more...] about Yes, They’re Listening
My oldest son has this hat-a fox hat to be precise. It started out as a regular Winter hat that I picked up along with his Winter coat. Then it changed into something else, or rather many things. At any given time it can be a costume of whatever he is pretending to be at the … [Read more...] about What Other People Think
Monday's are tough. They can be even tougher for mom's or dad's who are heading into another week with their atypical kids. Some of us may have had a bit of a break on the weekend, with help from spouses and/or breaks from the constraints of stressful obligations. Some may not … [Read more...] about A is for Atypical, A is for Awesome.
This week we celebrated Imbolc, or Mid-Winter. With all of the rain melting piles of snow, there was a glorious smell of mud-and Spring-in the air as explored light and shadow around the neighborhood. Arriving at the mid-Winter point kind of snuck up on me this year. Aside … [Read more...] about Mid Winter-Light and Shadow