About

I’m currently a stay-at-home mom. I spend my days entertaining my 7 and 4 year-old daughters. Before I decided to stay home, I taught Special Education for 7 years. I’ve been blessed to teach many different children with different abilities. I never thought I’d tap into my educational background with my own children. It has really opened my eyes sitting on the other side of the room.

The fun little extras…I love gerbera daisies. They are such colorful, happy flowers. I love cheesy romantic comedies, taking long walks at the beginning of October, inhaling an entire bowl of homemade, stove-popped popcorn, and listening to my kids rock out to Laurie Berkner CD’s in my van. I love that my husband knows how to deal with our estrogen-filled home, and even though he’s usually quiet I can keep him talking way past midnight. I’m blessed with a few very close friends and an awesome close-knit family complete w/ four amazing siblings.

I hope blogging our sensory-filled journey will only solidify how much I love my life and blessed I am to have such supportive friends/family.

4 Responses to About

  1. spdmama says:

    I’d like to invite you to Voices of Sensory Processing Disorder. This is a community website where bloggers can share their experiences, victories, tips and everyday sensory challenges with others. And we want you! We’d love to share your writing.

    Please visit us at http://www.voicesofsensoryprocessingdisorder.com to learn more. I do hope you’ll join us. Happy blogging!
    Regards, Jennifer

  2. Lilly says:

    I have nominated you for “The Very Inspiring Blogger Award”. Thank you for sharing your experiences with us, I can really relate!
    For guidelines, please visit my blog:
    http://lillyskitchenlab.wordpress.com/2012/09/19/very-inspiring-blogger-award/

  3. kimmy says:

    I just found your blog through peace it all together. i am touched by your story and can so relate! our 3 year old son has just started OT for sensory processing disorder and struggles most with his propioceptive and vestibular systems as well as being able to self regulate. we know all about melt downs 🙂 i am excited to read more. thank you for opening up about your story. you are making a difference 🙂

  4. ktonette says:

    I’m planning to nominate you for a Beautiful Mama Blog Award. I love your inspirational words and your devotion to helping people understand SPD. I am hoping your nomination will go live from my blog by tomorrow. I’m still only a little bit blow-savvy, but hopefully you will be able to find my post!

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