What was a thing your kid did and you just shook your head? Can't be any worse than what mine did! You will hug yours after seeing this!!Read More
As an Instructional Aide in a self-contained kindergarten class and a Mom to a special needs kid, this is hard for me to answer and not look like a real jerk. LOL.
Most Moms are so wiped out by the end of the day that the thought of homework makes them ill. I don't know about the rest of you, but I barely got through school doing my own homework. Let's just say that kindergarten was my best grade.Read More
For first-time parents, kindergarten is a major milestone. It is the beginning of their child’s education journey and they are beyond stressed out. To that, Unfiltered Mom Kathy Chlan says ‘Chill out and grab a glass of wine”.Read More
Dear parents with special needs kids,
I hope this letter will not offend anyone. I have 2 boys - 22 & 19- and my oldest boy, Casey, is on the spectrum. At this point in my life, I feel like I could pass on some knowledge.
The reason is very important - I survived and did not break! It was definitely a roller coaster, which I so love, with ups and downs and turns you never expected!Read More
I want to first say, I am NOT the mother of twins. But, I have an identical sister. So I feel I can give some sound advice to Moms of twins. Something wonderful happened to my Mom - she survived!
No one can prepare you for 2 babies - at least that's what my mom Joannie said. She says she earned every one of her gray hairs and she says that proudly.Read More
I had a blast filming @ CTStyle! Here are some tips trending about how you can make your baby smart. I soo failed, but hope you check it out!Read More
Comedy Central's Night Of Too Many Stars joined together to benefit autism and the show rocked it out! What rocked it, was a chorus of 7 kids with autism.Read More
In today's society, we are soo concerned with raising exceptional, intelligent children. But as I sit here thinking, I realize something. We are consumed with perfection, that we have forgotten that they are children.
Holy shit! What if our parents were like this?? We would be different people and have had different experiences. I loved my childhood - dysfunction and all!
When my kids were little and I was involved in "play dates", my husband would ask "What the hell are play dates?" I would proceed to tell him that they are organized play for our children.Read More