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No They. Just Me. And Lots of We.

How Can I Help My Child

Here’s an update on me, my health, and our story together here. They’ve figured it out. And by they, I mean we, because THEY can’t put me on medication. I choose to take medication. THEY can’t figure me out or fix me no matter how hard they try, because this thing isn’t theirs. I’m not ... Read more...

10 {Awesome} Book Themed Gifts

Best Birthday Presents

I’ve gotten several e-mails and phone calls recently from friends and Little Storiesers asking what to buy for upcoming birthday presents. Even though I’ve written about gifts before, I don’t feel I’ve done the topic justice. It seems that not only are we lured and marketed into buying some pretty bad toys for our own kids, ... Read more...

Slowly, Slowly

I’m coming back. I have had such a great time away bonding as a family with our new little love and surviving my husband’s very busy time of year at work. With some sense of a peaceful rhythm beginning to return to our lives, I’ve been thinking about you all. I have ideas that have ... Read more...

Where We Are

ECS Pin Button

If you are a blog reader or Facebook user, you’ve probably already heard some noise about Facebook decreasing the number of posts you see in your feed. Based on Facebook stats, I’ve noticed fewer of you seeing my posts and interacting. I engage with my readers a ton on Facebook because I love the community ... Read more...

My Story by Alisha of Your Kid’s Table

Feeding

Typically we share stories of a family’s journey parenting a child through the trials and triumphs of developing speech and language, but as you may know, speech-language pathologists, hand-in-hand with occupational therapists (OTs), also treat children and adults with feeding challenges. It’s a subject on which I know many of  you would like to have ... Read more...