Neurodiversity

You Can Ride 2 Normalized My Son’s Childhood

For the last month, the Edmonton Adaptive Bike Program You Can Ride 2 has been a hot topic in our home. As their social media manager, my husband and I have had quite a few discussions about the program. It is so true that “little ears hear” ...  As I was preparing to write this… Continue reading You Can Ride 2 Normalized My Son’s Childhood

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Being Closer To God · Christian Living

November A New Season

Seven years ago, when I first started blogging, I followed writers who were focused on how to be a Titus 2 woman and a Proverbs 31 wife. Until I stumbled across these posts, I had never heard of this concept. This post has links in it but they are not affiliate links and are there… Continue reading November A New Season

Christian Living · Neurodiversity

This Halloween; We Are Taking Up The Teal Pumpkin Challenge

In a past post, (Medical Momma, the Struggle of Halloween) I wrote about the challenges I face raising two neurodiverse kids; especially around Halloween. Halloween is difficult for my kids because of the sensory overload. In the past few years, I have noticed teal pumpkins filling my social media feeds.  As I read up on… Continue reading This Halloween; We Are Taking Up The Teal Pumpkin Challenge

Neurodiversity

Why I Am Following The Mighty Again

When The Mighty first came out, I loved their posts. It was like someone was writing my deepest thoughts and it seemed to normalize what we were going through. Then slowly, I kept coming across posts that didn't sit well with me. It was then that I decided to unfollow The Mighty and I wrote a blog post on my… Continue reading Why I Am Following The Mighty Again