An Open Letter to Seattle Public Schools

Even my five year old daughter knows what a fair contract is. #SPSstrike #4myteacher

It’s time to do the right thing. It’s time to negotiate a fair contract settlement with Seattle teachers and support professionals.

Normal is a Laundry Setting.


I cannot begin to tell you the number of times I’ve heard or read someone refer to a child with Autism has not normal or unhealthy. It’s infuriating. It’s insensitive. It’s a lot of things.

4 Tips on Coping with Autism


This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #GNKroger #CollectiveBias Let’s face it, being a parent is hard. Anyone that says otherwise is living in a Leave it to Beaver sit-com.  As if it wasn’t challenging enough, being the parent of a child with Autism has […]

How Digital Technology Helps Autism in Our Family


Digital Technology is front and center in our home. It’s a valuable tool for our family and our kids are barely in elementary school. We introduced our oldest son, Sebby, to technology, or specifically, an handful of apps on my iPhone when he was about 2 1/2. I know what people say about screen time. […]

Dusty soars into theaters! Planes Fire & Rescue

Free Fire & Rescue Printables

Dusty is back! Make sure you check out these activities with everyone’s favorite crop duster. Download the activities below FOR FREE! This weekend, we saw Planes: Fire & Rescue this weekend at the special sensory screening at our local AMC Theater. Once a month, in 300 theaters nationwide, participating AMC Theaters provide special opportunity for families […]

Dear Sebby, you are an extraordinary kid!

Dear Sebby, You are an extraordinary kid. You taught yourself to read at age 2. You love your little cars, spelling and math, stickers, your kitty Milo and your brother and sister. You are the best big brother. You fought quite the battle when you were born, you had trouble breathing and we were so […]