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  • How to Explore Unlimited Screen Time this Summer

    Screen time is part of the modern learning diet. Along with books, music, toys, experiences, and discussions in the car or at the dining room table...
  • Parkour & Sensory Processing Disorder

    Are you looking for a FANTASTIC program for families with tweens or teens who are looking to get stronger, faster, and more super-hero-esque? Well,...
  • Why sensory processing disorder makes everything so hard and a phrase that will make things easier

    I have a memory of my son when he was two years old that has stuck with me over the years. He was doing one of his favorite things - pushing a dump...
  • Autism and the Holidays

    Parenting an autistic child is sometimes like parenting a typical child; we have our good days and our bad days and ups and downs within those day...
  • Perfectionism

    Perfectionism. It is the single biggest hurdle for many gifted people to get over in order to even begin something. By the time my daugh...
  • A tunnel and the light at the end of it

    My children are mere elementary schoolers but we have come to the light at the end of a tunnel. It is among the first tunnels we've trave...
  • Imposter Syndrome - First, Think SENG

    I love this article "5 Types of Imposter Syndrome (and 5 ways to battle each one)" because it resonates with me. The description for each type of ...
  • The Ebb & Flow of Finding Balance

    A Ferrari Brain Have you ever heard of Dr. Hallowell's description of a "Ferrari brain with bicycle brakes"? He uses it to explain to people with A...
  • Creating Community for Your Gifted Child

    Will your gifted child ever fit in? Mine will. How do I know? you ask. I know my gifted children will fit in where they belong. And the search for ...
  • Tales of a Bunny and a Butterfly

    One of my favorite things about teaching my children is how incredibly different they are from one another. Their interests, strengths, and challen...