We underwent counselling for @PanKwake’s hoarding. I own the title prepper as you can see from this special edition. But in a time when I have not been able to get a grocery delivery for six weeks, when the shelves are still bare despite assurances that things would right themselves in a couple of weeks, and facing at least 12-weeks and possibly a year or more of self-isolation -those of you who condemn me for hoarding/prepping can *F*off.
In these times of uncertainty, it is more than our gardens that need our love, attention, and tender loving care. Our children desperately need understanding, acceptance, unconditional love, and respect now more than ever.
When I read the BBC article on homeschooling a nation I swa red. There was little truth in it. Learn why schooling as we knew it may not be the best thing for our children to return to.
Make her sit there until she finished it. Don’t give her anything else to eat. If she get’s hungry enough, she’ll eat it. Whoever said those things never met @PanKwake or dealth with an #ActuallyAutistic person’s complex sensory issues and diet.
In this time of crisis, when there is no school, when playgrounds are closed, and parents told not to arrange playdates, what is the single thing that your child needs most?
North Ireland has announced that schools may be shut for weeks or months due to the #coronavirus. Some parents may be panicking. After all, summer holidays are ‘bad’ enough. No worries, some thoughts from a #homeed #Mom about how to keep everyone happy during a time of #socialdistancing and #selfisolation.