I may not have been as vocal about the fight to get D ABA therapy lately but it's still been an uphill battle. The new insurance has been somewhat cooperative and they're acting like they're going to pay for full-time ABA but I'm not holding my breath, and to be honest, I've stopped worrying about … Continue reading ABA Therapy? Is that you?
I am somewhat of a germaphobe. One of my least favorite things to do is wash chicken. It is for this reason that there is always a box of latex gloves on my kitchen counter. Recently, my kids have taken ownership of them and figured out they can make balloons at will. We’re done with … Continue reading Balloon
Some days working full-time can be more stressful after you get home. Shortly after returning to school post-Christmas break D had a fire drill. I came home after picking up A at daycare and my dad was in a somber mood, unusual for him. I noticed D was keeping his distance from Papa, unusual for … Continue reading Fire Drill
I can't begin to tell you how much I disliked that phrase when D was four. It felt like a cop out. There wasn't enough wording to make me understand my son just wasn't ready to potty-train. And then he was. Out of the blue, D decided he would use the toilet all on his … Continue reading “He’ll Go When He’s Ready”
It was late last Sunday and we couldn't decide what to eat for dinner. We went to Half-Priced Books to see if any of the cookbooks inspired our appetite - no luck. We ended up at Jersey Mike's Subs. It was only my dad, A and myself. When we walked in, A was her usual … Continue reading Jersey Mike’s Subs
Story time y'all! Every so often I have a Friday off from work and pick up D from school. This particular Friday he got his progress note or report card. I skimmed through it at a red light and was so proud of D's progress I decided to take him to Chick-Fil-A for lunch. I … Continue reading Chick-Fil-A
Baby A has been going to daycare for a month now, it is the same daycare she went to as an infant and D before her. Yesterday, I walked by the front office on my way to pick up Baby A from her class and I overheard the director speaking to a parent about their … Continue reading Daycare Drama Queen