There is so much attention paid to the challenging qualities of children with sensory processing disorder. Parenting a highly sensitive child is no walk in the park as many of you know. This post shares a powerful “ah-ha” moment of parenting a child with sensory integration and processing challenges. In this post, I explain why […]
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This parenting gig is never really how we imagined it. Both our older sons have mild Sensory Intergration challenges. There have been only a few days where I’m totally beaten down by our circumstances. Don’t get me wrong. Every day is tough but attitude and perspective are huge. Even though I struggle with my kids, […]
A simple & sweet gift to yourself, teachers, friends, and family is a car diffuser made with essential oils. The creativity is the best part. Your child and you can cut the diffuser into any shape, add any essential oil, and decorations you see fit for the recipient. My sons truly enjoy my obsession with […]
My sons fall onto different parts of the SPD spectrum. Both were “diagnosed” with sensory integration issues. I hesitate to call them “issues” because we all have these “issues” in some form or another. We happened to get a bit more clarity on their lagging skills and notable qualities to which we might want to […]
I saw you at the airport today. Your son, maybe four years old, was upset because you asked him to put his device away as you boarded the plane. He fell quickly to the ground in the boarding area. I saw your eyes do a quick scan of the space filled with travelers and bags. Then […]
Parenting an angry child is tough. I have shared with you that our middle child is rigid and inflexible, therefore resulting in explosiveness (i.e. tantrums). My husband and I have worked hard educating ourselves on how to help an angry child or a child that has a particularly challenging demeanor. The journey has been long […]