The Piano Interview

After years of focusing on basic life and academic skills with two of my children, who have some developmental challenges, we have now arrived at the middle school years. One of the basic decisions I faced in planning their home school curriculum for this year was whether to continue to peck away with large amounts Continue »

Getting the Chores Done

I have a confession. I stink at chores. Getting them done and assigning them to my kids. Once upon a time, I was Glenda Good Housekeeper, but these days I’m more like Worn-Out-Mop Mom, so who cares about dusting? In some ways, I’ve adapted to the necessities of my life. Having a special needs child Continue »

MomLife Today MOMents

Jeanette’s MOMent Hi, I am 25 yrs old and I’d love to give testimony of one out of countless gifts God has given me. After trying for what seemed forever to get pregnant, after taking countless pregnancy tests and and crying out to God, I decided to surrender. So in agreement with my husband. I Continue »

My Mature Mom Moment

  Rachel, my daughter with autism, adheres to routine. Her favorite activity is riding the school bus, which is not available on Saturdays. She didn’t get the memo. At 3 a.m., Rachel came into our room illuminating the way with her iPad. In her mind, it was time to get up for school (by the way, Continue »