Receptive Language: Why I talk out loud all day long.

  When I was working on my book tonight, I was working on a section about receptive language and realized that I have never talked about this on the blog yet. This is such an important topic, and the sooner you can work on this, the better! So, here is the little excerpt that I […]

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Resuming In-Person Early Intervention Therapies after COVID Quarantine

With various phases of reopening happening across the state, many Early Intervention service providers have begun moving forward with plans for in-person therapies. With the initial closing down of EI back in March, there was a long gap in therapies, then the option of teletherapy, which was out of reach for so many families, and […]

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Molar Meltdown – A teething toddler in physical therapy.

Somehow I got myself into a situation where I have two children who are teething at the same time. Queue the drool. If you have been following our story either via this blog, instagram or snapchat, then you might look forward to Tuesdays and Thursdays.  These are PT days, which means so much footage of […]

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The friends that ‘grow’ with you are the ones you’ll have for life.

I am sure you’ve all experienced it. Maybe there were people you met in college that you spent every day with, and now never speak to.  Or the person who you were inseparable with in high school is now someone you couldn’t pick out in a lineup. Maybe your whole facebook newsfeed is filled with […]

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5 ways to snuff out Mom Guilt this year.

Today, after I had already gotten to school of course, a snow day was called. What did I do as soon as I returned home for my unexpected day off? I took my kids to the babysitter. I scrolled instagram and saw all of my teacher friends having nice days off with their kids, and […]

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