What I wish people understood about Aspergers

Today is World Autism Awareness Day! If you haven't heard about it, each year on this day, it is encouraged to take measures to raise awareness about people with autistic spectrum disorders. Even though it's observed by United Nations member states, there is importance in raising the awareness all over the world. Being a mama … Continue reading What I wish people understood about Aspergers

Why I love having a daughter

Since I've done a 'Why I love having sons' post, it only makes sense to do one about having a daughter. One of the perks of having the best of both worlds. I have always wanted a daughter. We had two boys, and we decided that we were done with kids. Although I always thought … Continue reading Why I love having a daughter

Stop underestimating my child

The problem with a label is that once it's there, it becomes the main focus. Here's the definition of 'label': "a classifying phrase or name applied to a person or thing, especially one that is inaccurate or restrictive." Restrictive. That's the word. Once something or someone is placed under a label of sort, there's restriction, … Continue reading Stop underestimating my child

Why I love having sons

I never saw myself as a mama of boys. I always thought I'd be more fitted to be a parent to girls, and there was no other way. I've never been a girly girl, so the amount of pink I'm subjected to now with Kid3 was never the driving factor to having a daughter. I … Continue reading Why I love having sons

Build a home library for your kids

I've been a lover of reading for as long as I can remember. I've always loved getting lost in books and letting my imagination run wild. While I have certain genres that I choose over others, I'm always open trying new genres. I've been working hard on my collection over the years, much help from … Continue reading Build a home library for your kids