Textured Paper

  Getting back to a year of lightness and freedom includes adding daily creativity projects of some sort to our day. With no rigidity. Because Isaiah. Boy+sensory processing disorder+boy+wacko= minute amounts of tolerance for structured art activities that take longer than 10 minutes. So. Textured paper. I decided that I'd like to do some art … Continue reading Textured Paper

He Might Be a Reluctant Reader, Or Maybe He Can’t Read – How I Missed My Son’s Dyslexia

      I just read that Tom Cruise could barely read or write until he was 19. Then he got his first role, and realized that he would need to be able to read to become the actor he wanted to be. Unfortunately, I don't have a starring role in a hit film to … Continue reading He Might Be a Reluctant Reader, Or Maybe He Can’t Read – How I Missed My Son’s Dyslexia

Amazingly Beautiful Winter and Christmas Stories for Children

I love a beautiful story so much. There is something about the internal calmness that one feels after reading a story that is filled with soothing imagery and elegant language. A story that touches the nature of who we are, that slows us down and reminds us to look at the world around us. No … Continue reading Amazingly Beautiful Winter and Christmas Stories for Children