Great video to watch, it expires in 18 hours! Geri Brewster, RD, MPH How Nutrition Impacts ADD, ADHD and Behavior http://theautismintensive.com/interviews/geri-brewster-rd-mph/
As many of you know, I have just recently realized many of my children’s crazy behavior has to do with food intolerances and food allergies! We are gluten free, dairy free, dye free, nitrate free, sulfate free and we try our best to stay away from high phenol foods. Yet we are noticing some crazy […]
I had the pleasure last night of going to “Dancing with the Stars” with my eight-year-old daughter. Three months ago this would have never happened. She was at her worse with her ADHD symptoms and on such a routine that to break the routine would mean a week of bad days. We recently added in […]
So I’m going to tell you about this miracle in a bottle….Apple Cider Vinegar.
My New years resolution for 2016…. To teach my kids to find the beauty in ordinary….and to teach them to be better people…. This poem hit hard with me this morning….My kids were playing and my daughter said to my son last night..” Garret, you can’t be that when you grow up, it’s too ordinary […]
School Vacation time…. This means everyone is home for the next 10 days or so, I know in my house it has been difficult already! I like to find things though that are not all day event’s and will not overwhelm or overstimulate my two ADHD/SPD children, but help them get out of the house! […]
It is no secret that I am new at the whole cooking from the scratch world of motherhood. I use to be a takeout three nights a week and whatever I could make out of a box and just add some meat to the meal and call it a night! Sadly, the kid’s and I […]
“You Inspire Me” was the theme to this weekend’s convention/competition for my daughter and I as we drove up to Boston for our competition season to begin at NYCDA-New York City Dance Alliance. I have danced and competed for years in dance, and last year passed the torch to my only daughter who made Mini […]