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7 Things That Epitomized Your Awkward Childhood Phase

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. Growing up is hard, and unfortunately, you mostly just have to wait out the “awkward” phase. There’s no good way to predict how puberty will …

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Mom with Asperger's Syndrome explains how to Love & Understand a Child on the Autism Spectrum

Sometimes I don’t know if I want to tell the world that I have a mild form of Autism.  I think it scares people.  I am afraid that people will make assumptions, judge me, and stay away from me because they don’t know what to expect from me. After 37 …

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23 Incredibly Helpful Charts For Adhd Autism Parents

1. Learn how to swaddle your baby in five easy steps: 2. Know your baby’s diaper size AND how many diapers they’ll go through each day: Via Pampers. 3. Find out which type of cloth diaper is best for you: From Which Cloth Diapers?. 4. Consult this chart to find …

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10 Crossing Midline Exercises For Kids With Cerebral Palsy Special Needs And Autism

Crossing midline is something that all of us do everyday without even realizing it. The reason we don’t realize it, is because it has become an integrated movement in our bodies from childhood. Today I am going to share 10 crossing midline exercises for kids. What is Crossing Midline? Crossing …

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10 Ways to Help Struggling Students Grow Dyslexia

I have three daughters. They were each adopted out of foster care around the age of nine. They all had something in common, they hated to work. I heard the excuses as to why they couldn’t do it and I heard the whining that told me they didn’t want to. …

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The Facts About Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) and ADHD

Oppositional Defiant Disorder is defined by aggressiveness and a tendency to purposefully bother and irritate others. While it is true that anybody can be aggressive and irritating from time to time, to be diagnosed as ODD, a person must display a pattern of negativistic, hostile, and defiant behavior lasting at …

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DIY NO SEW CRASH MAT {SENSORY HACK FOR KIDS}

I have been wanting to make a gigantic crash mat for my kids for quite some time. However, the thought of sewing a large piece of fabric and hunting down enough foam to stuff it with seemed too daunting. It also sounds ridiculously expensive! But I finally came up with …

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12 Things Parents of a Child With Food Aversions Know to Be True

Food aversions that go beyond being “picky” are real. Texture, smell, color and appearance all can impact someone’s ability to eat what is in front of them. It can be challenging as a parent to manage these aversions and still make everyone happy. But happiness is just a state of …

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