How to combat overstimulation Christmas morning!

12.10.13

  Last Christmas was number four for Cali. It was the first time she was beginning to understand the concept of Santa. I was like a little kid, giddy with excitement to see her reaction as she came down the stairs to see Santa’s offerings!   I heard little footsteps coming down the stairs. Cali read more…

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More Christmas Ideas…this time from Dawn

12.02.13

Leave it to Cali’s amazing therapists to take time out of their nights to send me lists of christmas ideas for me and all the readers on this blog! Why is it that we get stumped when it comes to thinking up ideas for christmas gift ideas. I’ve already had multiple friends ask me what read more…

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Top 8 Christmas Gifts from OT

11.25.13

I am excited about this post!! Last week I asked Krisanne, Cali’s occupational therapist, if she would send me some of her top favorite occupational therapy toys for moms to purchase as Christmas gifts. She was on board and sent out an email to some of her colleagues to get their opinions as well. She read more…

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Poison Study

07.09.13

My close girlfriend Lauren started a book club this past fall and I have loved every part of it. Unfortunately I am the one who always leaves myself a couple of days to read the entire book, cover to cover. This month was combined with June and the book of choice is Poison Study.With two read more…

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A week and 1/2 of Christmas…a week and 1/2 of Grandin

12.28.12

Words of Wisdom from Ms. Temple Grandin #7 “Research is starting to show that a child should be engaged at least 20 hours a week. I do not think it matters which program you choose as long as it keeps the child actively engaged with the therapist, teacher, or parent for at least 20 hours read more…

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