I’m always sharing our adventures on Instagram so come follow me. Check out a few of the highlights of this week’s adventures: Retreat for Mom The week started with me away at a retreat and Dad in charge at home.
Category: Special Needs
“If you want to play soccer, we will make it happen!” I found myself telling Cub he could play soccer after a Physical Therapy (PT) session. Cub had met most of his initial goals for the term, so the therapist
Me: Cub that’s a great drawing, what is it? Cub: It’s an octopus. Me: That’s great, lets label it. Cub: Ok how do you spell Octopus? I know it starts with an O Me: O-C-T-O-P-U-S, (to which he dutifully wrote
How do we provide our Sensory Kids with the input they need? One of the first things we heard about from our Occupational Therapist (OT) when our son was diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) was a Sensory Diet. A
“Its OK he can’t quite feed himself, he is only 2.” I kept telling myself over and over again. Then I noticed the calendar: it was June. He would be 3 in August. Maybe it wasn’t OK that he couldn’t