Yearly Archive: 2014

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A Tween Among Us

Home » 2014 So I knew this day would come, but I didn’t expect it so soon. Daniel has turned into a tween (preteen) and seems to be picking up on a lot of things....

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New Years Resolution

Home » 2014 I read a blog recently that described me so well I was rather surprised. Every year, I think I’m going to do a better job of keeping my home clean and organized,...

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Keeping Up with Social Interaction

Home » 2014 Since the school year started, I’ve been busy taking baby Olivia around to different baby and me type things. We go to weekly storytime and a group at the mall. All are...

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8 months pregnant and Autistic

Home » 2014 ***Disclaimer: This may have some information that you don’t want to know about my pregnancy.*** I am just under 5 weeks from delivering Baby #3, Olivia. As an out autistic mother, I’ve...

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Autism Rates (Revisited)

Home » 2014 (Originally posted as a Facebook post; reposting here nearly a month after the fact so that the information is easily linkable) I want to direct everyone’s attention to 3 studies that were...

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Did you know….

Home » 2014 Did you know… ….tomorrow starts Autism “Awareness” month? ….Wednesday is World Autism Awareness Day? ….that the messages that came out of last week’s prevalence rates are damaging to Autistic people? ….that the...

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1 in 68 with 1:5 girl-boy

Home » 2014 Another CDC post to add to your mix… forgive me… CDC release CDC Surveillance Summary I want to state two things before I get into what I’m actually posting about. This is...

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An Open Letter to Educators

Home » 2014 Educators, I know for the most part, most of you went into this profession to educate the next generation of students. You wanted to help them succeed and lead future generations. You...