Ironic Adventures

   

Everything is Awesome: Blogging with CoSchedule

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(If you have boys in your house under the age of 12, then you likely now have the Lego Movie theme song running through your head. Your welcome.)

If you know me even a little, you know that organization and planning makes me {Continue Reading…}

   

Spring Critters ‘n’ Things Mega Learning Pack

My dear friends Itchy Eyes and Stuffy Sinuses have just informed me that Spring is right around the corner. Perhaps my favorite friends are visiting you too?

Well, maybe this free colorful Spring Critters ‘n’ Things Learning Mega Pack will brighten your day? With over 90 pages of Preschool and Kindergarten level learning {Continue Reading…}

   

St. Patrick’s Day Learning Pack

Can you believe it’s about to be March? I can’t – we’ve been just a tad bit busy around here. In fact, I can’t even believe it’s 2015. I think my brain got stuck some time around Easter last year when we found out we were expeacting our fourth {Continue Reading…}

   

Oh yeah, I have this blog…

Would you believe that doing nothing gains you a lot in this cyber world? I didn’t, but it seems to be true.

Realizations earlier this year led me to spend more time focused on my family’s needs and less on my own needs (aka becoming some super-mom-homeschool-blogger). And so {Continue Reading…}

   

Spectrum Saturday: Crockpot Sweet Marinara & Meatballs

Micah’s favorite dish has always been spaghetti. When we went gluten, soy, and casein free finding good spaghetti sauce was hard – nearly all brands have that ever illusive “natural flavors” ingredient…which I’ve become wary of for many reasons – what IS the “natural flavor,” and why do you have {Continue Reading…}

   

Spectrum Saturday: I Need You

He’s loud. There’s no volume control or understanding (even though loud noises and loud voices form others make him upset).

His “playing” (if you can call it that) takes up the entire floor. It’s a “mess.”

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He talks to himself ALL the time. He narrates EVERYTHING {Continue Reading…}

   

More than I Can Handle

It’s part of our sinful human nature: to be selfish and impatient, to worry and take over control of our lives until the only place we’re meeting God is in a church on Sunday morning as we go through the motions, wondering where all the joy went.

   

Spectrum Saturday: What I Like to Do!

It’s May, and yes, I was going to post once (or twice!) a month about our autism journey with Thing One. But hey – four month old at home – I get a pass, right?

Amazingly, Thing One has been doing AWESOME with all the changes at home and has been {Continue Reading…}

   

Spring Math Printable

We went on “vacation” for a week down to Portland, Oregon. We had a fun week filled with friends and family. We spent half the week with my best friend and her family. We haven’t spent that much time together since college! Then we spent Easter weekend with my {Continue Reading…}