Happy father’s day!

Happy father’s day to all of the special needs dad’s out there!!!! Thank you for being the anchor in our families! πŸ’™β™₯οΈπŸ’™β™₯️

True Love.

In the mornings, sometimes I will stay in bed and start working right away. I will turn on my laptop and begin. My husband is usually working outside. He’s always finding something to do, working on the yard, on the cars, or inside the house. The monkey will wake up and come over to my…

Top of the class.

Post from the hubby! The year finally ended, closing another year of teaching. It truly was a memorable one given how the world has changed in front of our eyes. However, for the first time in my teaching experience I had an AU student in a one-semester class called Special Topics, Social Studies focused. I…

The toilet. πŸ˜‚

We have been making some upgrades around the house. Well my husband actually. The rest of us just try to help whenever possible. 😁 The carpet was pulled from the living room. But while we wait for the tile to arrive, my husband decided to move to the bathroom. Our toilet is old. My husband…

Simply home.

This is what our days have been lately. My husband always says how simple my son is. He doesn’t ask for extraordinary things. He’s happy with basics, coloring, hanging out with his doggies, and being with his family. We are very fortunate this quarantine has not been tough on him. I know it has been…

The Shower Drain

The monkey loves water. Showers help him with his anxiety. He can shower ten times a day if we let him. But with the warm weather, he also gets to swim a lot too. We see a big difference when he swims. He is just happier. Today while he was swimming it started to rain….

Report Card Day

My husband has been working on a story book called Harley and Bella, our two doggies. Bella is our golden retriever, she is our oldder doggie and in the book, she is the wise one. Harley is our beautiful young mutt who is always curious and interested in everything going on in our household. πŸΆπŸΎπŸ•…

Homework

The monkey doing homework. Sometimes he does great but most of time it’s a battle. The meltdowns are rough and in the end, my husband and I hate ourselves for getting upset at the monkey. I just don’t think it’s worth it. We also have virtual class for thirty minutes three times a week. It’s…

I cannot die. Ever.

It’s 4 a.m. and I haven’t been able to sleep at all. I haven’t gotten this anxious in a while. I purposely have fought from drowning in the thoughts of my son’s future. When I feel these fears come up, I’ve learned to push them to the back of my mind and forget them. And…