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To the Older Mom (on Encouraging the Younger Mom)

As summer gets underway and most children are out of school for a while, the stores, playgrounds, libraries, and other public places get more and more crowded with parents and their school-age children. As I was planning my day and thinking about the errands I needed...

Helping Your Special Needs Child Transition to Summer

For many children—especially special needs children, but it can apply to typical children too—the arrival of summer can be a little stressful because it often means a huge change in routine. My autistic daughter has a hard time transitioning from our “regular”...
How to Love Your Husband While Bringing Up Special Needs Kids

How to Love Your Husband While Bringing Up Special Needs Kids

Since February is the month that we think about Valentine’s Day and love, I thought it would be a great time to begin a discussion about helping your marriage thrive while bringing up special needs kids. Being a parent of a special needs child adds an extra challenge...
Tips for Surviving Christmas with an Autistic Child

Tips for Surviving Christmas with an Autistic Child

As the mom of one child with severe autism (age 19) and another with Asperger’s (age 17), I’ve learned a few tips and tricks over the years for surviving the holidays with kiddos who have autism or other sensory issues. So many children (and adults) now days have...
What I Learned About God from My Daughter (Who Has Autism) Point #7

What I Learned About God from My Daughter (Who Has Autism) Point #7

  Today is the final post in my series. And today is the best news of all! So far this week we’ve talked about: God’s heart grieves when His children don’t respond to His voice. Change requires intervention. God rejoices when we finally do respond to Him....
What I Learned About God from My Daughter (Who Has Autism) Point #6

What I Learned About God from My Daughter (Who Has Autism) Point #6

This week I’ve mentioned 5 items on my husband’s list of “7 Things I Learned About God from My Daughter (Who Has Autism).” They are: God’s heart grieves when His children don’t respond to His voice. Change requires intervention. God rejoices...
What I Learned About God from My Daughter (Who Has Autism) Point #5

What I Learned About God from My Daughter (Who Has Autism) Point #5

We learn so much from our children! The lessons are often unexpected, and they are usually very memorable. Most of us—especially those of us who homeschool—often feel a great burden for teaching our children the things they need to know, the correct ways to behave and...
What I Learned About God from My Daughter (Who Has Autism) Point #4

What I Learned About God from My Daughter (Who Has Autism) Point #4

Today’s post is part 4 of my husband’s sermon on “7 Things I Learned About God from My Daughter Who Has Autism.”  The points I already mentioned are: God’s heart grieves when His children don’t respond to His voice. Change requires intervention. God...

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About Wendy

Hello! I’m Wendy. I’m a Christian, homeschooling, work-from-home wife and mom. I tend to blog about the things that I experience or learn that I hope will encourage or help others out there. I also spend time reviewing products that relate to our journey of homeschooling with special needs. You can find our more about me here.

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