Posts Tagged by stay at home mom

Inspirational Memes Are Trying To Kill Us All

I need to talk about something and I don’t think I am alone here. If I am, this blog is going to look very peculiar to you…so my apologies. So, you know those inspirational memes people share around? You know, the ones with the calming backgrounds and the trendy fonts? They stress. me. the. hell. […]

Matriarch Bacon Cheeseburger Soup

Back in the day I posted a recipe that I had just made up on the fly.  The other day my sister in law Leanne told me she was making it, and that she makes it often.  How crazy is that?  I posted it early 2008.  Crazy.  It was called Matriarch Mushroom Soup and you […]

Getting to School in One Piece

Wow. I had to pull out all my super mommy stops today to get Silas to school.  He’s been saying he doesn’t want to go and now it’s getting into melt down mode.  I don’t blame him.  He’s with a new teacher and some new kids.  Now he has to sit at a desk and […]

Where the heck have you been???

Where the heck have you people been??  Good grief, it’s been ages since we’ve spoken.  I’m blaming this all on you. My mind has been kind of busy with things.  I’m part of a big project right now.  By “big” I mean enormous.  By “project” I mean a total take-over-your-life-in-a-big-time-sort-of-group-effort-holy-crap-I’m-really-a-part-of -this-dealy-yo-yo. But I’m not going […]

I Have Kids?

There’s something new that’s happened in my home and I’m not sure how I feel about it. The boys are often outside now, playing with the neighbour kids.  There’s so many of them, they all have bikes now.  It’s like a little mini bike gang of adorable little boys.  They play SO terribly hard for […]

He Felt Bad!

You know, not every day does a mother celebrate her child feeling bad.  In the world of autism we definitely celebrate odd things.  Today Silas broke my heart, made me feel overwhelmingly loved and made me cheer all at once. Silas and I spent the afternoon going store to store trying to get donations for […]

Hello Summer Vacation!

Ahhh…school is out for summer.  My schedule just got WIDE open.  The children were sent home with all their school stuff that’s awkwardly placed here and there….what are you supposed to DO with it all anyway?  Goodness gracious. So now we’re here.  Summer vacation.  It’s raining out and I’m semi dreading it.  At the end […]

Progressing Through Autism: The Dentist

I was so proud of my boys today.  It sure seems like I am saying that a lot lately. They did such a good job getting their teeth cleaned at the dentist! Rewind two years ago. I was taking Silas and Isaac to the dentist for the second time.  Really, all the dentist did was […]

Letting Go

  My boys have been all about bikes lately.  Bike bike bike bike bike, it’s what they would do all day if they could. Isaac usually goes to the neighbours house and grabs their two wheeler (with training wheels).  We only have one helmet and he would use theirs and Silas would cruise around on […]

Hockey and Fires and Riots OH MY

My forehead itches…my sinuses are burning…my eyes feel hot and watery.  Aerius is NOT helping me soar above my allergy symptoms today.  Not at all. What a week hey?  First we are all excited about the playoffs, then we’re sad cuz the Canucks lose.  That sadness was overcome with absolute disgust and horror as we […]

The One That Got Away

For the last year and a bit I’ve had a trusty IUD hanging out in my uteris, stopping any “invaders” from getting at my eggs.  It worked beautifully, as beautifully as I could have hoped.  Birth control, the oral kind, turns me in to a crazy person and all the other options sounded not so […]

Brain Health

If you didn’t see yesterday’s post you probably should.  Because it’s a cute little song that Silas and Brent recorded together and it’ll make you smile.  It’s only a minute long. It’s been a whirlwind of a year for me so far.  Some really crappy things have happened, none that I’m willing to blog about…ya […]

Our Autism Story Part II

Part one is here Silas took to solids just fine.  He’d eat a variety of foods.  They always had to be pureed though, always.  When other kids his age were eating more solid things Silas was still eating very simple baby foods.  Of course he knew his way around a cheerio and mushy things.  He […]

The Pain

When it comes to the despair surrounding the news of Silas’ autism, I pretty much can say I’m doing WAY better.  I’ve embraced the autism, I think it’s fun and exciting and interesting, I don’t cry at the thought of it anymore….well…not often.  I feel pretty good about it in a lot of ways especially […]

Autism can be SO COOL!

I’m sure all of you know by now that Silas is obsessed with letters and numbers.  Last month I realized that he could actually sound words out that he didn’t know.  I couldn’t believe it when he read me his first book, just unreal. It’s so nice because now I don’t have to spell EVERYTHING […]

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