This blog is about special needs. I'm a mom of two lovely girls with very different needs.

Owner: mommydinosaur

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Tags: klippel feil syndrome, feeding delay, speech delay, special needs

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  • To blog or not to blog...
    on May 21, 2011
    I thought I had given up this blog for good.  I don't have the time to be on the computer for any length of time in order to properly edit photos and write on any regular basis.  I am a perfectionist and am unhappy just throwing someth...
  • Little Cousins
    on Mar 13, 2011
    Jillian is surrounded by big kids.  Her sister is a big seven year old who gets to attend school every day.  Ella gets to have sleepovers with friends, can rollerblade, and is able to get her own snacks from the pantry and fridge.  The...
  • Shhh...listen!
    on Mar 11, 2011
    My children aren't perfect listeners, but sometimes I think they are better at this task than some adults I know!  I played bunco last night with an amazing group of ladies.  We've been playing bunco together for years and I always look for...
  • It's okay to spit at the table.This post may fall under the category of TMI...too much information!  It might make you a little queasy.  It made me queasy just to join my family for dinner tonight.  There is an activity in my favorite eating aversion book, Just Take...
  • Mommy Successes
    on Mar 8, 2011
    It's the little things in life!  As I placed a healthy breakfast in front of my kiddos this morning, I felt like I was the best parent in the world.  For some reason, the act of not only putting healthy food on the table, but having them ea...
  • Girl Scout
    on Mar 7, 2011
    I have to admit when Ella said she wanted to join Girl Scouts, I was a little hesitant. I encourage extracurricular activities like swimming, soccer and volunteering at the local humane society, but Girl Scouts?  Really?  That means I have...
  • AtaxiaDuring Jillian's last IEP conference, her teacher asked if I'd noticed that her hand shakes. I had as a matter of fact, noticed her little hands shake when she is coloring, using a fork or placing food in her mouth, setting up her horses an...
  • Dreaming of my GardenI love to garden. I don't have a green thumb, but that doesn't stop me. Between my clay soil, poor drainage and limited space, I'm surprised we have any vegetation whatsoever. Regardless, I still have the gardening bug. It's in the genes. L...
  • ProgressJ has had physical, speech, occupational and feeding therapy off and on from the time she was 8 weeks old at Mighty Oaks Children's Therapy Center. The therapists are amazing! Heather was J's feeding and speech therapist and we did get very attached.
  • Face PickingDermatillomania is the compulsive need to pick at skin. The majority of people suffering with this chronic condition pick their skin to relieve stress or anxiety. When severe, this form of OCD can lead to open sores that never heal and scarring. Derm...
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