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We Are the Hands and Feet: Our Learning Differences Journey

  Life has been messy, to say the least.  It's been difficult to pin point where exactly my next move will be because I've been so busy still tending to unresolved issues and uncertainties.  In the midst of struggle, it can be easy to feel lost and confused, abandoned and alone.  The overwhelming guilt attributed… Continue reading We Are the Hands and Feet: Our Learning Differences Journey

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Your Feelings are Valid

You are a parent.  Your everyday chaos is a constant reminder of your status.  You are a parent.  Full stop.  And suddenly now, you exist to serve others, namely the little hellions running around destroying everything.  And for this you should still be grateful because after all, not all are as blessed as you.  Your… Continue reading Your Feelings are Valid

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A Change in Perspective Boosts Confidence: A Mary Poppins Lesson

Mary Poppins.  You know her.  You love her.  And if you're a mom, you wish you had your own Mary Poppins, if just a little bit of that magic.  If only it were as easy as saying "spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down."  We've all been there, had moments as parents where… Continue reading A Change in Perspective Boosts Confidence: A Mary Poppins Lesson

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We All Need a Little Reckless

Well, it's official.  I don't have enough fun.  Can I say I'm surprised?  Not really, no.  But is it all my fault?  Well, possibly.  You see, as a mom with three kids diagnosed with special needs and as a wife to an active duty service member, my life stays busy.  My brain is constantly going… Continue reading We All Need a Little Reckless

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What Did I Do Wrong? A Reminder in the Struggle

No one likes to be disappointed, especially when you've worked so hard and wanted something for so long.  We are taught as children that anyone can be or do whatever he or she wants to do, as long as he or she works hard for it.  And this is still very true.  Most people who… Continue reading What Did I Do Wrong? A Reminder in the Struggle

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Changing Your Perspective

It wasn't so long ago, that I was a working woman. I started working full time right after college and all throughout my first two pregnancies. I've worked in management for a Fortune 500 company, in finance as an account manager, and in early childhood education as a preschool assistant teacher. I've dabbled in quite… Continue reading Changing Your Perspective

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#Goals- Kids Edition

P/C- whatsapplovestatus.com I took a bit of a break from the blogs to really focus on celebrating the holidays with my family.  And for the most part, they were a success, from Thanksgiving in the deep South to Christmas in our nation's capital.  The Davis family made tremendous strides in creating fun and memorable family… Continue reading #Goals- Kids Edition

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24 Questions You Should Ask Your Child’s Teacher Before Back to School Night

Teaching.  It's a calling, they say.  It must be, for it warrants a crap ton of work for very little pay.  Most teachers will say they love what they do.  They love their kids.  Why else do anything, especially when there isn't much money involved.  Bills do still need to get paid, don't you know. … Continue reading 24 Questions You Should Ask Your Child’s Teacher Before Back to School Night

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I Didn’t Cry on My Kids’ First Day of School… And This Is Why.

The first day of school is a special, and sentimental, day for both children and parents alike.  It is the day we say goodbye to the days of getting up at whenever o'clock and going on vacation and say hello to early breakfasts, walks to the bus stop, and the dreaded homework.  Like most of… Continue reading I Didn’t Cry on My Kids’ First Day of School… And This Is Why.