Learning vs Schooling

My son was picked on by one kid last year. Repeatedly. It never got physical, but it was a daily torment. People with Aspergers or HFA can come across to us neurotypicals as abrasive, headstrong, disruptive, etc. That never excuses name calling, being picked on or having teachers turn a blind eye. My son was... Continue Reading →

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Teachers

Excited for their respective field trips, both kids had no trouble getting out of bed. "Where's my class shirt?!" One hollered from the closet. "Hanging right there," I hollered back. "Right where you hung it up last night so you wouldn't forget it...." I continued, mumbling the last part to myself as I grabbed the... Continue Reading →

Mr. Mom

I love my husband. Seriously. This whole mommy getaway adventure is because of him. He encouraged me to go, assured me it would all be taken care of, and he had it all under control at home. Seriously!? Who wouldn't love this man? Here is what he's been up to: Reading to Jake's class during... Continue Reading →

Field Trip

My kids' first field trip was yesterday, and I volunteered to drive and chaperone! Yay Super Mom! Normally for such a first, I would have gotten out of bed a touch earlier, had a hearty breakfast with the kids - similar to this: Instead of the turkey, perhaps a bowl of oats and bananas or... Continue Reading →

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