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Accepting The Unacceptable, Parenting Autism, Epilepsy, Special Needs

Feb 26, 2019

I remember when Remy was first diagnosed with autism. The first concern I had was that she wasn't able to communicate. If she couldn't communicate, she would never function in a way that could get her through life.

But what I didn't realize is that communication and speaking weren't exactly the same thing. There are...

Feb 19, 2019

Kids learn the most from watching others. They learn facial expressions, tones, sounds, speech, emotion etc. 

Our kiddos with autism have a harder time paying attention to all the details from people. This makes it harder for them to learn from others. 

A child with autism can become fascinated with an object or toy and...

Feb 12, 2019

Autism has become a very big topic of conversation in our society. I never really cared about the conversation to be honest, until I wondered about my daughter. 

The thought of autism is scary. We as a society fear it because we don't understand it. I know I didn't. 

With Remy having seizures due to a genetic disorder,...

Feb 5, 2019


There's so much talk about cannabis with our kiddos seizure disorders. It's also a big topic for kids with autism too. 

Since our daughter Remy started having seizures, the number one topic people bring up is "Have you tried cannabis?"

The reason is that medical marijuana has been successful at treating some of...