The “R” Word

These days political correctness is a big deal. People are so afraid about offending someone that we all watch what we say. Discrimination and prejudice is a real problem, and it deserves attention. We should be considerate to those around us. Racial slang is not ok. As a society, we know this. … [Read more...]

Coping With The News Your Child Is Delayed

It has been almost 3 years since I sat in a specialist's office with my Little C and heard the words that broke me. The words that changed my life. Up until then I had hoped that I was wrong, that she could catch up. Up to then I dreamed of a life I wanted to give my little girl, my only daughter. … [Read more...]

Learning Success Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial. Learning to read and write is something most of us take for granted. It is a necessary skill that we learn as children. We send our children to school, and they lear this basic yet complex skill. For some children, learning disabilities … [Read more...]

Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

As a mom with a disabled daughter, I am happy to do what I can to raise awareness. Before I had Little C, I was alway sympathetic to families with a disabled child, but until you live it, you really can't know. ¬†The following post was shared with me for posting from an other blog, and I am happy to … [Read more...]

All I Want For Christmas

It has been a little while since I posted a Little C update, and there is a lot going on! The biggest news is we may finally have a partial diagnosis on the speech side of the disability. After a switch in speech therapists, we may be looking at Apraxia. Apraxia¬†is a speech disorder in which a … [Read more...]