Happy Mother’s Day: Mothers Lie

Happy Mother’s Day: Mothers Lie By Lori Borgman Expectant mothers waiting for a newborn’s arrival say they don’t care what sex the baby is. They just want to have ten fingers and ten toes. Mothers lie. Every mother wants so much more. She wants a perfectly healthy baby with a round head, rosebud lips, buttonContinue reading “Happy Mother’s Day: Mothers Lie”


I suppose it’s nice to hear that you’re amazing

(This post was originally written February 4th) This week was really a test for me and my family. We were literally going a hundred different directions each day with this new schedule of ours. Let’s start with my hubby. This semester he has class from 8:00AM to 1:00PM on Monday’s, Wednesday’s and Friday’s, he worksContinue reading “I suppose it’s nice to hear that you’re amazing”

The autism “rollercoaster”… « Lisa Ackerman – Real Help Now

Oh how i love reading other blogs and sharing the exact same feelings as some of the other parents out there. I just love the way Lisa Ackerman say’s, “It’s all about keeping my eyes on the prize.“ While the parenting roller coaster is hard for everyone, autism throws some wicked curves on the track.Continue reading “The autism “rollercoaster”… « Lisa Ackerman – Real Help Now”

“I am” just something i read one night that made me click into mommy mode.

I’d like to start my first post on my first blog by simply sharing an inspirational part of a blog i came across when my son was first diagnosed with Autism. I cannot recall nor find the original blogger. When i read her post (right around mother’s day) all i could really do was cry-orContinue reading ““I am” just something i read one night that made me click into mommy mode.”