There is an ongoing dilemma I have with myself, and have yet to reach a conclusion: You see I hate waste, hate throwing out things which still might be useful. Why throw out empty yogurt containers that can be used later on for an art project?
Happy New Year! Hope 2016 will be a successfully sensory year : ) Hope you had a great time celebrating at a new year’s party! Parties are so much fun, or at least they should be. Many times they can be stressful for sensory kids and for their parents.
Thanksgiving is traditionally a time to celebrate the blessings of the harvest of the previous year. Yet, we have tons to be grateful for each day, not just once a year. And the question is, do we teach our kids to be appreciative and grateful?
Were you ever caught in the middle of an electrical blackout? I have. In fact as I write these lines and I’m using up precious battery life on my lap-top due to an electricity fallout in my neighborhood.
A good friend recently celebrated her son’s 3 year old birthday party. I was looking to buy him a special present. Something I knew he would play with and not just forget moments after ecstatically ripping open the wrapping paper.
For a while now I’ve been living in a rented apartment with a small kitchen and little pantry space. After moving in I initially decided to store the pantry items in a closet in a room down the hall, while leaving the often-used items in the kitchen.