Sensational Gifts for the Fidgety and Fickle highlights products I personally consider suited for kids with sensory processing disorders (SPD), or who may live with ADD or ADHD. I’m not an OT, I’m just a mom of a sensational kiddo.
All year-long I’m on the lookout for stand out items that can become one-of-a-kind gifts. Plywerk took two photos I shot on my smartphone and crafted each into an 8×10 work of art.
Most kids have mastered how to swipe a screen before they begin wiping anything at all. If your kiddo is longing for screen time, and you are longing to make tech time about learning, here’s a few of my favorites. Each of these toys transforms screen time into a multi-sensory STEM/STEAM activities. 11. Zing #Stikbot…
This is why Cars.com has become an amazing resource for our family.
I research different types of cars before I decide what rental to book, and by visiting Cars.com Car Seat Check I can even get a better understanding of how well a particular car will accommodate the type of car seats/ boosters we need.
Opening the bright pink package she discovered not only had the fun arrived, it was full of items featuring the fiercest, feistiest princess of them all: Merida.
The cooler temps have me day dreaming about fall family outings and holiday craft fairs. Luckily, I know the perfect place to steer the Good Ship Rebelshire without fear of anyone in the family whining.
It is one of the most frustrating parts of being a parent; just as some real conversation starts, Life happens (or a shiny object skips across the mind’s eye), and you put the moment on hold. Once you circle back to the topic your kid has forgotten what they wanted to say.
What I found inside this little box were 10 different products. Some sample sizes, but almost all were full sized products, just as you’d purchase them retail. If you’ve ever gotten free samples in the mail, you realize that was a pleasant surprise.
Given my childhood as Coast Guard officer’s kid, I don’t know why I hadn’t discovered Tuckerton Seaport and Museum before now. Thanks to Joey and the gals at Reality Moms, I’ve not only been introduced to the 40 acres of sustainable living museum on the Jersey Shore, I’ve become slightly giddy to begin exploring Barnegat Bay.
Parenting is one of those gigs where you frequently end up laughing. If you’re like me, that’s either to keep yourself from crying, or because you’ve lost your grip on sanity. And if you’re like me, one go-to resource for comic relief is often The Science of Parenthood. So I gleefully jumped at the opportunity…