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Ever since I had our parent-teacher conference with my eight year old’s teacher last Fall, I have been researching ways to help my daughter stay on task in the classroom (without driving her teacher bonkers).  She has ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and staying on task and focusing in school are huge struggles for her. Although my daughter has some great classroom accommodations put in place and her teacher is very patient and understanding with her, they...

“I have ADHD. That’s what they call some kids who are pretty smart – and sometimes really smart – but have trouble paying attention and sometimes act wild and crazy.” That’s what it says on the first page of the book and as a mother of a seven year old child with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), I can attest that this statement is 100% accurate and sums up children with ADHD in a nutshell. Sometimes I Drive My Mom Crazy, But...

This is a sponsored blog post for Someone Special Books. There is nothing worse than a child feeling different. It can make them feel insecure and see themselves as inferior to their peers. Because of their difference, they may not even want to socialize with their peers in fear of being ridiculed, embarrassed, and rejected. Giuliana, my seven year old daughter has ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and I admit she is different from her peers in many ways. Her...

This is a sponsored blog post for Mariacommunion. I was seven years old when I had my first holy communion. To prepare for my first communion, I attended Catholicism classes once a week after school. I learned the Our Father, Hail Mary, and Glory Be prayers. I learned how important and special it is to receive the body and blood of Christ and what it means to truly live and love like Jesus. I remember being very excited about the big day and finally being able to receive communion...

At 7:30pm every night, my seven year old daughters knows that it is time for her to get ready for bed. My daughter knows to get her pajamas on, brush her teeth, floss, and go potty before she gets into bed, all by herself.  Once she’s in bed, she tells me she’s ready for goodnight kisses, so I go into her room to tuck her in, give her a sweet kiss goodnight, turn off the lights, and close the door. By 8:00pm, she is sound asleep and I don’t see her sweet little...

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