Learning My Son Has Autism Spectrum Disorder

The past six month have been very emotional for me as I have grappled with the possible diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder in my son. It all started back in July, when at the recommendation of our pediatrician, we had our son screened for Autism. At the time, our son was not really speaking much

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Math Is Hard

I often, daily even, wonder about my kids and where life will take them. A large part of that has to do with school. Part of my own failings in school are in large part due to my having trouble with math. It took me a lot longer to “get” basic math facts than anybody.

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Burp

So I’m feeding a bottle to my 6 almost 7 month old, getting him ready for nap. He finishes, I put him over my shoulder and begin to pound on his back. A couple of minutes later I burp. Then it hit me. This happens every time. Sometimes the baby will burp, but not always.

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An important Life Lesson from the New Annie Movie

**Disclosure: As a SheKnows Expert, I was given a free viewing of the movie with my family and have been compensated for this post. All opinions are mine Last week, I was lucky enough to see an exclusive preview of the new Annie movie with my family. I didn’t remember much from the original, but

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Welcome To The Divided States of America

This past week I went through a wide range of emotions as I saw our nation once again being divided. I think one thing is abundantly clear, regardless of specific cases, inequality is still prevalent throughout this country. The biggest problem I have with all of this is that its a color blind issue, and

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