“Read me a story please?” Kids’ books today tend to be watered-down versions of what used to be great literature. What many people don’t realize is that many of yesterday’s meaty reads for youth are still available in digital form. A goldmine of high-quality literature can be found if you just know where to look. Our […]
Autism fact: Boys are diagnosed with Autism four times more often than girls. It even showed on our Steps for Autism race team shirts, and we didn’t think about it until we saw the sign on the race route. 9 boys and 3 girls. 25% girl names. D1’s shirt says “I’m running for Calcifer, Eli, […]
We are running the Steps for Autism 5K on April 22nd and I would love to add your child’s name to the back of our T-shirts! Comment here and we will add a name to our shirts for you! Event Information can be found at the Steps for Autism website.
What is it about kids that give them perfect insight to 100 ways to embarrass us? “Do you like Macklemore?” I heard his ever-deepening voice coming from the other room. It carries so easily now. “Who?” She said. “Macklemore. He’s a rapper.” I’m sure she didn’t quite know how to respond by the way she replied, “No. […]
“Why am I always sick when we have a break from school?”, the 14-year-old asked me last week. That’s something I’d like to know, too. Our whole family has had a rough go of it this winter. How has yours fared? Since January we’ve had 3 with Flu A (the Man and both boys), two […]