“Darling, the world doesn’t owe you anything”

I couldn’t help but chuckle to myself as I read a post on my Nextdoor app. The title, “4th of July Fireworks.” Oh, this should be good. In short, the poster was asking her neighbors to limit the fireworks for her highly anxious dog. Okay, first, it’s March, so why are we talking about the … Continue reading “Darling, the world doesn’t owe you anything”

The Night We Met

I’ll be honest, I’m not the most sentimental person. My memory is terrible and I don’t remember special dates, nor do I find it extremely important. BUT, I do remember the night I met my husband. It’s probably because meeting him would changed the course of my life. So, I dedicate this post to my … Continue reading The Night We Met

Autism, Meltdowns, & Tantrums

I’m going to be very straightforward in saying one of my BIGGEST pet peeves is when parents of typical children claim they know the struggles of an autistic child’s meltdown or tantrum... The logical part of my brain realizes they’re just trying to commiserate, BUT a typical child’s meltdown is NOT the same as a … Continue reading Autism, Meltdowns, & Tantrums

How I Met Your Brother

For Boo. There’s a fertility doctor in Detroit, Michigan who owes me college tuition for my second born. You see, if you tell me “less than a 5% chance” of anything, I’m going to let my guard down. Like way down. Like I may never put my guard up again. I may never buy another … Continue reading How I Met Your Brother