We are going to Washington to see my in-laws. The drive from Missoula to Seattle is so long for me, and I’m an adult. The ADHD runs strong in me and in my oldest so we have to have a project or a game to occupy our minds. I needed to review my tips for… Read More 5 Tips for Road Trips with Toddlers
I want to start this by saying, I can’t even believe two years have passed since these were taken! He has grown so much! He has so many words now, makes sentences, sometimes uses the potty. He can tell me what he wants and needs. Sometimes even asking for a nap! I am so proud… Read More Bubble’s Second Birthday
This post is quite late but here it is. This year Easter crept up on me. A lot of it had to do with the fact that it was leap year, so it was in March, and some of it had to do with the illnesses we had. We managed to get our stuff together… Read More Easter Festivities
As I’ve mentioned before my oldest has ADHD, and so finding ways for him to absorb information has been difficult. We haven’t quite found the right ADHD study methods. We have struggled more this year than the two years prior, and since he’s only in second grade I know we had to find a way… Read More ADHD Study Method Using Board Games
I have a son who was recently formally diagnosed with ADHD. I know every parent makes the decisions they think are the best for their children and family, so I am not judging when I say this, but I never want to medicate him. I want to find a healthy alternative. The thing that comes… Read More Routine with ADHD: How it’s helped us.