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Walk with me!

As some of you know, I like to do charity walks and stuff! This time it was for Easter Seals Florida. Last time was for Autism Speaks which you can read about here, it also says in that blog post why this is so important to me! Easter Seals is an organization that helps all sort of children with disabilities.…

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Family funtime! Sea life Orlando.

If you ever get to Orlando Florida and need something to do on say a rainy day check out the Sea Life Aquarium out by the Orlando Eye and Madame Tussauds.  There are some shops and eateries near by as well. We decided to take the little there since he absolutely loves “fissies” and “Shawks” Tickets are available for purchase…

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Take me to Hogwarts.

Or at least the one at Universal Studios Orlando. Am I right? Didn’t get my letter, Gandalf you had better show up when I am like 50ish? Anyways, today has been one of “those days”. You know the kind, the kids or kid in my case start  out alright then all of a sudden in the grocery store they turn…

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Grinchmas part 1!

You know one time, I am going to go to Universal all decked out in Harry Potter glory. Robes and all. I need this to happen. Anyways, yesterday I talked about getting out of the Christmas funk, well you know there are things other than presents there are creating those special memories! And a dear friend gave us an early…

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DIY Holiday! Makin Ornaments.

I am either a brave mom or a really crazy one. I let my son have free range with glitter. OH MY GOD. Why? Well, he loves art and making things and so we made glitter ornaments. WHAAAA? I was both crazy and brave. I have no more glitter….. #noregrets When my tree decided to faint, we lost some ornaments…

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1 in 42. 

Today’s blog post is a hard one for me. hard to talk about, hard to say. or rather type. Let’s start at the title. 1 in 42. 1 in 42 boys will be diagnosed with ASD. 1 child in 68 will be diagnosed . It occurs more in boys than girls. My child is 1 in 42. Today we walked…

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