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There’s those big important talks we need to have with our kids. The birds and the bees, death, anti-racism….. neurodiversity. I’ve always been a strong advocate of telling your children their diagnoses. It is a part of them. It is a sense of understanding. It is an explanation for how they see and experience the… Continue reading Having… THE TALK
When I was a kid, one of my favourite set of toys was a collection of bouncy balls. Yes. There was great satisfaction on the repeated bounce and catch sounds and sensations. And it was totally awesome watching and learning about the different ways they would bounce by how you threw them, what the surface… Continue reading Functional toy play…
I hate mornings.. Like really truly do. If I could stay up until 2 am every day, but get to start the day climbing out of bed at 9.. 9:30, my life would be significantly better. I hate waking up and having light hit my eyeballs for the first time. Ow. I hate cold floors.… Continue reading Please, just get in the car..
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