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Penny Williams is an organized planner trying to make sense of life with her son, Ricochet, whose ADHD and learning disabilities create perpetual chaos. Her son’s needs are a moving target, leading her to create new roadmaps at a moment’s notice. To find more from Penny, visit her personal blog and read her book, Boy Without Instructions.
posted: Tuesday August 19th - 10:37am
Strength (and Support) in Numbers
Building a parent support network is as important as knowing all about ADHD.
posted: Saturday July 26th - 10:25am
What Kind of Momma Wishes for Disabilities?
My 11-year-old son, Ricochet, has already accumulated an alphabet soup of diagnoses: ADHD, SPD, EFD, Dysgraphia, Written Expression Disorder, and giftedness. Sadly, I was hoping for one more, HFA or high-functioning autism, also once diagnosed as Asperger’s. I know it sounds like I’m a heinous momma for wishing any sort of disability on my son, but I have good reason. First of all, I would never wish...
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posted: Friday July 11th - 1:49pm
"I Want Friends, But They Don’t Want Me"
My son might as well have a "kick me" sign on his back when it comes to his peers.
posted: Wednesday June 18th - 3:23pm
Time for Mama, Time for You
Kick back, put up your feet, and recharge your battery with special-ed moms at the Happy Mama Conference and Retreat — and enter to win a free registration!
posted: Thursday June 12th - 12:40pm
Chill Skills: Calming My Emotional ADHDer
When my son's frustration leads to outbursts and meltdowns, I pull out these tricks that are helping him learn to regulate his emotions.
posted: Monday June 2nd - 10:12pm« Boy Without Instructions
My ADHD Playbook: I Rewrite It Every Day
A tired, emotional, stressed-out mom raises her ADHD son, one day at a time.
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