A Brilliant Mind

We all brag on our kids.  So know that I know we all consider our kids to be the next Einstein, Henry Ford, Marie Curie, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Da Vinci, or in my case, Sheldon Cooper.  I do wholeheartedly get that.  Please understand that, as I quote the following comment left on Thawed, and then […]

The Game Of Life

House Well, we were in contract.  Papers were to be signed on the 29th.  Keys were to be handed over.  Then the bank that was selling, since it was a foreclosure, made a rather large change to the deal, and we said “hell no” and now there is no house. There was a significant amount […]

Diagnostic Duo

Ugh, I’ve been wording this post for like 3 weeks now in my head and hours into days on paper.  I need to get it out but there is so very much to say.  2 boys, in various stages of being diagnosed, with various behavior issues.  All at once, it’s a lot.  But I’m hoping […]

Little Health

Back story: as we were filling out the ADHD survey for Thomas to pass on to his pediatrician, we were realizing more and more that while Thoams is possibly/probably ADHD,  Luke is text book.  TEXT BOOK. Some of our biggest issues with him, we have realized, are the direct results of his constant need for […]

6 Months

First I tried to deny it happening.  I decided that since her 6-month birthday would be Feb 30, and Feb 30 simply can never exist, she just would never turn 6 months.  Like a time stop.  Don’t make me get the Tardis! But I have an analytical mind, just as much as it is creative, […]

ADD Versus ADHD

So what is the difference between ADD and ADHD? ADD Stands for Attention Deficit Disorder. It’s an older term that people resort to because it’s easier to say. It’s a generic, though inaccurate, term that covers all the bases. ADHD Stand for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. It breaks down to 3 groups. ADHD, Inattentive Type, […]



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