A Simple Gesture,An Amazing Teacher

To say we are nervous about Michael leaving the protective bubble of our current day care/preschool and entering the big world of elementary in a couple short weeks is an understatement. We want our sparkle boy to be accepted and appreciated for who he is and not bullied into hiding his true identity. This story… Continue reading A Simple Gesture,An Amazing Teacher

Why We Need To Stop Separating Boys and Girls

Two amazing parents I follow on social media have recently shared their child's struggles with finding a place in varying daily childhood activities. Personally, I have been struggling with the same concepts as I prepare for my twins to enter kindergarten this fall. Again and again I see children split into two categories, whether in… Continue reading Why We Need To Stop Separating Boys and Girls

Michael Goes to Therapy

This past week was Michael's first therapy session.  I was so nervous for like two days before it I couldn't stand it.  I don't even know why!  I guess no one thinks it's quite "normal" to take a 5 year old to therapy and most parents never think they will need to take their young… Continue reading Michael Goes to Therapy

National School Breakfast Week

One of my all-time favorite quotes is from the ever inspiring Dale Hayes in the world of childhood hunger and nutrition.  "When students are listening to their hungry stomach they are not listening to their teachers."  This resonates.  Think about when you get hungry, so hungry that it's all you can think about.  Imagine an… Continue reading National School Breakfast Week