I am a Special Education teacher who blogs about my super-powered special needs family. My 3 year old has Prader-Willi Syndrome and my 5 year old has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and Sensory Processing Disorder. The odds of these random genetic events occurring at the same time are astronomical. When you add our typically developing one year old baby boy to the mix, you have a very busy household!
Our lives have too many appointments, too many school problems, and are generally too busy as we try to live life to the fullest.
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It can be lonely in the land of Special Needs, it’s nice to connect with each other.
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Category Archives: Sleep
The other day I crawled home from work, exhausted with a bad cold. We made it through a dinner of frozen lasagne (which only required me to get off the sofa twice). After dinner Hubby and I vetoed giving the … Continue reading
I think it’s telling that I have an entire blog category devoted to sleep. Sleep. The final frontier. These are the voyages of the chronically sleep deprived. Any parent will tell you that once you have kids, you won’t sleep … Continue reading
Shhh…. the baby’s sleeping 1/a x 1/b x 1/c = 1 /abc The odds of independently occurring events co-occurring decrease as the number of potential events increase. Math tip – multiply the bottom numbers straight across and multiply the top … Continue reading