Beautiful Child

Sigh. What is it with some neurotypical parents playing martyr when it comes to parenting an autistic child? If you haven’t heard the latest offensive parenting article came from Popsugar; a mom compares parenting her autistic son to a job no one wants. Nicole feels that if her role was put in the paper or […]

Now what

The other day another doctor disappointed me. I’ve had my fair share of medical doctors not listen or not properly treat me or lie to me. So I’m getting used to disappointment in doctors. But life changed things up and this time it was the psychologist evaluating my daughter who disappointed me. My husband and […]

Working and worries

I’m excited to announce that I’ve started doing reviews for onlinebookclub.org. My reviews have only been published on the volunteer review forums but I’m hope in a couple months I’ll be good enough to be published in the official reviews section. I don’t make much money it’s just a nice way to make extra pocket […]

Flare-ups and Fevers

I have some ideas floating in my mind of what I want to post about next. But those are going to have to wait. Between me being busy, having a Fibromyalgia flare-up and a sick daughter I don’t see myself getting to it anytime soon. Fibromyalgia is a condition that causes musculoskeletal pain1. When I […]

An Autistic Mother

Mother’s Day in the U.S. was this past weekend. And it got me thinking about being an autistic mother. Not too long after I got diagnosed I did try looking up information on autistic mothers. I couldn’t find much online. I did find a couple of good articles but otherwise a lot of results for […]

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