Santa Claus and Special Needs Kids

Special needs kids and Santa Claus with 5 gold Christmas baubles on a white surface

Santa is an age old tradition, celebrating the selfless giving that we characterize with Christmas.  While many people dislike Santa receiving credit for their tireless pursuit of the perfect toys, others find Santa offers an opportunity to teach about the joy of giving. I’ve always found myself wavering between these two camps each year, but […]

Continue Reading

A Future Wish for my Special Needs Twins

A future with for my special needs twins and a dandeloin blowing in the wind

I have special needs twins. And I have no idea what the future holds for them. Before they were diagnosed, I had high hopes of them being astronauts, lawyers, musicians, actors or doctors. They may still becomes these things, but luckily they have been relieved of this pressure. Because now we take each day at […]

Continue Reading

My Special Needs Child Hates Food

My special needs child hates food and an image of a few bowls of butternut soup topped with toppings

My special needs child hates food. Actually both my special needs children hate food. Maybe hate is a bit too strong but they are definitely extremely suspicious. It has taken all my resolve to accept this fact but it has been worth the struggle. Getting in the Greens Parental concern is quite something and I’m […]

Continue Reading