I love summer; really, really love summer. But Saturday, even in the 93 degree heat, it became clear that fall is on its way.
Emma recently said her first curse word, and — naturally — it was directed at me.
The previous blog was about finding the right dentist for Kalisha. Today, I would like to take you on our journey to find the right doctor.
It is always important to find the dentist, doctor, therapist or other health care professional that will provide the best care for your child.
Thursday I will be speaking at the very exciting Mom's Night Out event!
August is one of my favorite months, because it means vacation.
When people sometimes say that someone "marches to the beat of a different drum" I always think of Kalisha, but I want to change it to "she claps to the beat of a different drum."
Today marks the last week of summer vacation at our house. This news brings me a bit of a heavy heart. I love summer.
Kalisha has always loved books. She never tore or wrinkled the pages, and she would sit on your lap and listen to the same story over and over until she knew when to turn the pages.
Kalisha, like many special needs children and adults, has quite a few sensory issues.