Read a book a month?!

Believe it or not I used to be somewhat of an avid reader. Like most things with my adhd brain when that happens I am all in or I am all out. And lately it has been hard to settle my head long enough to read ANYTHING. Been trying to read this book since I... Continue Reading →

Crown me queen of uncomfortable moments

It isn’t so much that I am just in general a socially awkward individual. But, rather You should crown me queen of uncomfortable moments. All thanks to my weird functioning mom body. When we choose to become mothers we don’t always think of what happens to our bodies after a couple of kids. Ok wait... Continue Reading →

Covid recovery life.

My whole family has had Covid again, and now after we all are better it’s time to go into recovery. What to do now that we are all better? Well, time to go into the Covid recovery life. First thing is to wash all the bedding in the house. Wash and sanitize all the pillows,... Continue Reading →

Dream coffee mug and Covid round 2

Dream. ⭐️My birthday gift from hubby, well one of them. He got me another coffee mug and a beautiful giant crape myrtle tree with beautiful planter. Unfortunately, I am still sick with Covid (round 2) and it has been just as bad as the first time. First time I didn’t have the vomiting or spastic... Continue Reading →

When it is a rough day in momville

Lately, things have been just stressful here at home. My oldest boy's dog allergy is not doing too well with the new doggo. He has been more aggressive lately. Which has been an on going issue with his autism,part of the problem is that he is non speaking. Although it is getting better. He is... Continue Reading →

Weird moms build character

Weird moms build character huh? I am a weird mom, and sometimes I feel I am too weird. Too weird even for the weird parent's club. I have difficulty making friends and keeping them. I am autistic, ADHD, and Bipolar 1, which makes for one heck of a weird human being. I guess it does... Continue Reading →

Feeling like a failure

It is hard being a parent. Let alone being a parent of a child with disabilities. It is really hard, really really hard. Especially when the child also has behavioral disorders. It puts you in a bind, a bind with child care, family functions, friends, no friends, schools. Daycares are not equipped to handle the... Continue Reading →

Lack of resources for autism

I am not going to sugar coat this, there is a huge lack of resources for kids and adults and teens with autism in Florida. Unless of course you are of the privileged few with a great source of income. You know, money. The resources I am going to complain about here is childcare. Or... Continue Reading →

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