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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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

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World Cerebral Palsy Day; October 6, 2018

Lilly is one of 17 million people in the world living Cerebral Palsy (CP).  This is our ninth year of celebrating World Cerebral Palsy Day. Each year, I plan for an amazing way to celebrate World CP Day, but often life gets in the way, and my plans fall by the wayside. If you have been following this… Continue reading World Cerebral Palsy Day; October 6, 2018

Neurodiversity

I Am Also Neurodiverse; How It Affects Me Professionally

From a professional standpoint, I have difficulty selling myself to other people. Before I send out a request, I will email my editor and she will tweak it. It has taken me a long time to connect the dots and realize of why I have been struggling with this. At first, I thought it was for typical reasons… Continue reading I Am Also Neurodiverse; How It Affects Me Professionally