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I am thinking about gathering interviews in a ‘podcast’ format. Whom should I interview?

I would like to highlight local businesses, entrepreneur’s, mom’s (working and stay at home). Dads- If you are interested, or if you have an idea about a topic, shoot me an email!

These times that we find ourselves in are polarizing. From where I see it, everyone is divided and must take a side or find a way to keep our heads down to not get torn in two. I blame the media. The news doesn’t sell unless there is controversy, and nothing in the last few years comes anywhere close to being unbiased and 100% factual. There are always three sides to any story, the right, the left, and the middle. The middle is where grace abides. 

I am working on building a toolkit to support clients who are on the ASD spectrum during pregnancy, birth and the postpartum time.

Continuing with the project

If you have been following my blog you will hopefully have seen and read my post about supporting families with ASD. This is the next stage in that project.

I am collecting information at this point, experiences, birth stories, and things that people found they needed. If you or someone you know is on the ASD spectrum and would consider filling out this survey I would greatly appreciate it.

As a working mom, I am more aware of the approach of the end of school than ever. This is in part due to the ‘extra’ time I will have with my kids, but also because I truly don’t want them becoming couch potatoes. I am so thankful that I am no longer worried about the weeks of summer and what to do with them while I work a 9-5 job.

Screen Time

The picture is of Naomi taking one of her many selfies

When left to their own devices… They, well they gravitate towards devices.