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looking forward

For last year’s words belong to last year’s language And next year’s words await another voice. ~T.S. Eliot, “Little Gidding” – Just after Christmas, my friend Alysia over at SPDBN asked a question of some of her contributors. What, she asked, was your favorite memory with your child this past year, and what is something … Continue reading

fair, redux

. The plan for today is the Radio City Christmas Spectacular with Uncle Paul and his family. When he first suggested it, we were just coming off of our success at Godspell and I felt emboldened to try. But anxiety is running HIGH this morning and Mama’s confidence is waning. *gulp*  ~ Diary’s Facebook Status, Saturday … Continue reading


  Happy Monday! I’m over at the Sensory Processing Disorder Bloggers Network (SPDBN) today, revisiting my childhood and now craving a cheeseburger for breakfast. Come by, won’t you? And stick around to explore the site a while. It’s a great place to share experiences and to learn more about Sensory Processing Disorder (also known as … Continue reading

hope, meet reality

* @diaryofamom jess At the @autismspeaks #greaterbostonwalk kickoff. So inspired by the incredible people who come together to support our kids. 27 July * @diaryofamom jess Can’t stop crying. Incredible speakers representing myriad groups who support our community. So touched. @autismspeaks #greaterbostonwalk 27 July * @diaryofamom jess Came home from an incredibly inspiring night w @autismspeaks to find baby girl an epic disaster. Hope, meet … Continue reading

no more than a hiccup .. on SPDBN

* It all started when my friend, Alysia mentioned that she was looking for submissions for the Sensory Processing Disorder Blogger Network (SPDBN), a wonderful community page full of stories, resources and support for families who live with SPD. That’s all it took. . Suddenly I was on a train, zooming through the backwoods of … Continue reading