Thursday, August 26, 2010


Okay so most of you know we recently got a dog. Well this dog doesnt think he is a dog. **shhh Dont tell him he isnt a person** Well I told him I introuduced all my blog followers to him and he insisted on writing his own post.

Hello, My Name is Buster! I just recently moved in with a wonderful family who adopted me. I am so glad to be in such a warm place.
I am getting use to the little girl pulling on my ears. I also dont like the baths too much. However I really love the cuddling. Mommy lets me sit on couch with her and sneaks treats to me when noone is looking. :) She doesnt like my kisses and says there stinky but I give them to her anyways because they make her laugh. Daddy acts like he doesnt like me too much but when noone else is around he lets me jump up in his comfy chair with him.
My favorite person in the house though is my new big brother. He runs with me and trys to teach me to play ball. I have some  new outside buddies to chase as well. Mommy called them rabbits but all  I know is they run really fast. I also have some great new warm cozy places to lay. Some of my favorites are under the computer desk when mommy is working, or  next to bed when baby is sleeping. When she is sleeping she is so adorable and its extra quiet. I plan to protect my new family by barking when things come near them even those pesky birds. I will keep you upadted on my family and my rabbit chasing adventures. Thank you for reading bloggy  doggy friends.

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Mommy Challenge

This blog is inspired by a post on a forum This is a list of things we as Christian Moms should be doing Everyday To Raise Great Children. I hae to admit some of the things on her list I didnt do before. I vow Today and Everyday after to try and do these things with my kids. To many times we let other things get in the way of the special moments with our kids. What ever that little thing is that is causing you to miss these moments with your kids put them away for a few minutes or hours to give your kids the full attention they need. I am challenging myself for at least the next 30 days to do everything on this list and possibly more with my two children.

Here is the list
*Pray together every day, you can start with each meal, when they wake up and when they go to bed.

*Teach your children about Jesus and teach them the Word of God.

*Teach them to love others and to be kind.

*Teach them manners and to be polite; To be young ladies and gentlemen.

*Teach them how to be healthy, if you don’t know how, then research and get help.

*Exercise with your children every day!

*Teach them that real JOY comes when you put Jesus first, others next, and yourself last!

*Teach them that whatever they do has consequences.

*Teach them to trust you and to obey you ... and they’ll have an easier time trusting and obeying the Lord!

*Teach them how to get along well with others -- to share and be diplomatic.

*Be the best example you can be-- children do what you do, not what you say!(Man, do I know this one to be true!)

*Teach them to be frugal and that money doesn’t grow on trees—it takes hard work.

*Spend time together laughing and playing.

*Take family vacations—it doesn’t have to be expensive, just time together.

*Do something nice for others—help someone…examples to come.

*Turn off the TV, especially during meal time.

*Hug, hold, and love your kids daily.

***Don’t ever let the sun go down without saying “I love you” and “I’m sorry” if you did something wrong.

Monday, August 9, 2010

She Dressed Herself

Hey Everyone Have to share this adorable moment with you all. My daughter is two and today she dressed herself... Here is a picture

Saturday, July 31, 2010

Saturday, July 24, 2010


Well Little man started the big K this morning! He did so good waking up and didnt make a peep when it was time to go into classroom. He is in big school. Its bittersweet. My little baby boy isnt so little anymore. I am very proud of him though. I know this year will challenge him in different ways, as school should. I know he will get through it though. He is an amazing kid.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

If you Knew Me

     I just finished watching the premiere of If you Knew me, a new show on MTV. It was all about something called 'Challenge Day." Challenge day is a one day assembly in highschool, where the students are challenged to come out of thier shells. Cliques separate, and teens come open. Oh boy did it bring me back to highschool. Cliques are in ever school, small or large. If you are a parent of a teeneager or pre teen THIS SHOW IS SOMETHING YOU NEED TO WATCh. I think it would give you and your child a good oppurtunity to be open and honest with each other.
     As you know my kids are still several years away from Junior High & Highschool years ,but as an adult who has two beautiful children it opened my eyes. We need to be advisorys for our children. No matter what age they are. You can't protect them from harm the way you can when they are toddlers, but you  can be in the shadows waiting for them to lean on you. We all want what is best for our kids and even though I am not going through the teens right now I know they are tough. Sorry mom:)
Expectations are going to be hard to set for our kids. My plan is to teach my children that RIGHT NOW and ALWAYS I am here. I plan to teach them right from wrong. I plan to teach them that the world is harsh, and everyone goes through tough times, but they dont have to copy what is seen around them.  Uniqueness is the way to be.
    Some of the students feelings and phrases that were said ,on the show,I could definiatlly relate to.  So be open with your child and show no judgement. I think that as Adults (even if you dont have kids) we can all learn from this as well. Judgment is not for us on earth to decide. Sadly though it comes all to easily. We are all about apperance. Ever heard of the saying "Don't judge a book by its cover." Well I say when it comes to being out in the world "Don't Judge a person by his/her eye's, look at thier heart." The cliche "Beauty is on the inside," is so true and so overlooked. So as you are walking halls in school,becoming an adult out in the world, or raising a family remember that everyone around you has eyes too. Be the strong, fearless person that leads by example.
Talk to someone. Listen to someone. Learn about them.
Here is link to show if your curious

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Recycling Made Easy & How to Get Started By Mariette Mifflin, Guide

Our landfills are accumulating waste at a rate of 2 to 5 lbs of trash per person per day. Over our lifetime, the total would be staggering. But we can help to reduce this waste by reusing and recycling certain items. It's a very small, virtually no-cost way of doing our part and helping our environment.

Take a day and really look at what you throw out. You will be amazed at what could be recycled or reused. A large plastic liquid detergent container can be quickly customized for a handy scoop for bird seed; a 2-litre/quart plastic soda bottle can be fashioned into a bird feeder; empty egg cartons can be given to a local farm to reuse; and the community food bank would probably love to take those plastic grocery bags off your hands.

Returnable bottles or tins can be redeemed, in fact many non-profit groups fund certain activities through bottling drives. Canning jars can be reused with new sealing lids. These are just a few ideas on how to reduce waste, I'm certain you'll come up with many of your own.

Getting Started - What to Recycle

Getting a household recycling program started is easy and it's a good family project. After all, we can start now to train the next generation to appreciate and care for their environment. First, you should inquire about recycling in your community:

•Should recycling be left at the curb or taken to a depot?

•What items are recycled?

•How should it be packaged. Do you need 'blue' boxes or can you use your own bins?

•In how much detail are items sorted.

Yup, I did say detail! I was amazed at how refined this process is in certain communities, and I did initially balk at the idea of spending time sorting. But I have since reconsidered - protecting my environment is well worth it. And a well organized bin system in your home or garage will make sorting quick and easy.

For instance, in some cities, plastics and glass must be sorted by the number size that is marked inside a triangle on the underside of the container. Of course, very old glass does not have any such markings and may be in a general glass category. Glass or plastic bottles may need to have the metal lids removed. Newspapers may need to be bundled in a certain way, and soda cans may need to be separate from food tins.

Understanding the details and sorting immediately, will enable you to recycle more efficiently and deliver your 'goods' to the depot or curb ready for processing. For now, we'll assume detail is limited to certain types of waste and we'll get started with a few basics.

Capacity & Convenience

Setting up an adequate bin system is key to managing your program in a time efficient manner. If you require blue boxes, these may be available through your depot, or can be purchased in varying sizes from many department stores. If blue is not a requirement, any size plastic bin, wastebasket or receptacle can be utilized. Here are some general tips to consider:

•For papers and newspapers - use a bin that is the correct size to lay papers flat, making it easier to bundle later.

•Bins that have hinged or flapstyle lids provide easy one-handed disposal of tins.

•Composting bins should have a secure lid to reduce the risk of unpleasant odors and prevent critter entry, and should be conveniently sized for locating close to your kitchen area.

•Bins should be adequately sized to handle your waste products according to how often you will be disposing of it. Containers that are uneccessarily large will require space that you could use for something else.

•Plastic is more durable than cardboard and you can wash them as required.


Delegate a bin to each class of waste with consideration given to sorting detail and capacity, and grouping them together (except for compost) will increase sorting efficiency. Keep them in a handy location. The following are a few general classes of recycling waste:







General Recycling Tips

Composting is for your own benefit - to enrich your soil and provide a rich mulch for your gardens. You can compost most foods such as vegetable and fruit peelings, fish discards and other food scraps, with the exception of meat, poultry, gravy, grease or oils, unless you are using a specially formulated composting bin for all foods. Compost should be transfered daily to the outside composting pile or bin to reduce the presence of unpleasant odors in your home.

Tins and soda pop cans should be washed, flattened or crushed with an economical wall-mounted can crusher. Washing food or drink tins will reduce the risk of unwanted pests. Cardboard boxes and dry food boxes should also be flattened.

These are just the basics, you can build your recycling program to suit your lifestyle and needs. Recycling helps us look at what we consume, how to reduce the waste we generate and what we can reuse. A small 'back to the future' investment with considerable 'green' environmental benefits.

Friday, July 9, 2010

Reality show

Kate Gosselin says "what mom wouldnt jump at working with thier kids by thier side?"

I do work from my home with my kiddos by my side. However I am not so sure I would love cameras around. Working from home is great but I think I will let Kate keep the Cameras for her and her kiddos. I will just enjoy what they catch. :) The West Reality show is NOT in the works :)

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Rules to Live By When Working @ Home

I was blog jumping and found this great article on

 Rules to Live By

From Mary: Following is a guest post from my friend Joy Duling:

Working from home can often turn into a balancing act. The duties of work and home begin to overlap, and often one can take over. Many moms decide to work at home to spend more time with their families, but end up dedicating even more time to work. Here are a few tips to help you juggle.
1. Get organized. Figure out what your goals and priorities are, in your business and in your personal life, then figure out how to achieve them. Then put your house, office, and life in general, together in a way that will help you achieve your goals.
2. Lists, lists, lists. One you have your plans and goals, make to-do lists. Try to organize your lists by priority. If something doesn’t get done, it probably wasn’t that important anyway.
3. Multitask. At some point, you’re probably going to get burned out doing things that seem tedious or that you just don’t want to do. Try mixing it up. If something is really stressing you out, go on to something else and come back. As a WAHM, there’s always something else that needs to get done. 4. Set work hours, and follow them. Set work hours for times when the kids aren’t around, or don’t require a lot of attention. When your work hours are done, stop working. If you can’t manage to get your work done, you may need to reset your work hours, but you most likely need to look at how much work you can actually take on.
5. Make a separate space for work and family. While it may be easy to work and play in the same area, it helps to have a dedicated office area when you work from home. This will help you focus on what you need to be doing, and even help protect you from getting your work disrupted by your family.
6. Get the family to help. Sure, if your kids are young, they aren’t going to be able to help with much, but even very small children can often help organize the house or dry dishes. Make sure everyone does their part.
7. Take time for you. When balancing work and family, you often forget an important part of the equation: you. When scheduling your work and family, always schedule some time to relax, socialize, and do what you like to do.

8. Make friends. Even if you don’t get to see them a lot, friends are an important part of maintaining your physical and mental health. Remember to take time to keep your friendships alive.
9. Stay positive. One of the biggest keys to success is keeping a positive attitude. You’ll be surprised what you can accomplish as long as you believe you can do it. Plus, you’ll be setting a great life example for your kids at the same time.
10. Remember that you are unique. Trying to fit into someone else’s schedule and someone else’s plan that works for you.isn’t necessarily going to be successful. You need to tailor your plan into your family’s unique needs and find something
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Saturday, July 3, 2010

Hope for Autistic Kiddos

This video will make you cry if you have a heart. A Co-worker has a young boy who is autisic she sent me thiss link and I just wanted to share it with other moms. There is a reason for everything. keep standing strong for your kiddos. Letting Diagnoses define them is no way to live. HOPE IS OUT THERE!

Friday, July 2, 2010


New Four legged Furry Member of the family

Well We have recently moved to a house with a yard. With that came the promise of a Dog!
We found a handsome brown eyed fellow and brought him home yesterday. His name is Buster and he is of the Daushaund Breed.




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Thursday, June 10, 2010

A Wake-Up Story

Wake up Video

My Review of Disney Fairies Adventure Play Tent

Originally submitted at Toys R Us

The Disney Fairies Adventure Play Tent features instant set up and take down with patented EZTwist Technology. Versatile structure includes a play tent and 3 foot tunnel for crawl through fun. Light weight and portable with room for three kids. Flap door entrance for hideaway fun.

Daughter Loved It

By jessnic from Wichita Falls Texas on 6/10/2010


4out of 5

Pros: Hours of Fun, Sturdy, Easy Assembly, Attractive Design, Durable

Best Uses: Group Play, Individual Play

Describe Yourself: Stay At Home Parent, Parent Of Two Or More Children

My daughter loves this..At First she just used the tunnel part for a quiet safe haven from her brother. She is two now and can drag it from room to room and plays in it for hours. Sometimes I even climb in the big part and sit with her!


Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Starting a bussines

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Monday, June 7, 2010


       Last Night was the premier of KATE PLUS 8.  It was kind of a bittersweet situation because I didnt get to cuddle with my son and watch. {not the first time anyways} We use to love watching the new shows until the whole tabloid stuff came about of course. At first I decided to keep letting Zackary {4} at the time keep watching. Until one night he said "Why is there mommy always leaving." That night I decided he couldnt watch it anymore. I didn't want him worring that I was going to pack up and leave. I was disappointed with TLC for showing all the negative. I felt like the world was already full of negativity and I didnt need it in this family show. However I did realize that this show wasn't a sitcom. It was the true lives of this family. I then felt sorry for this woman, her children and even her husband. However I still couldnt place myself in this moms shoes.
    Last night changed my mind.  I watched and I have to say that I could certainly relate to this woman. She is just a hardworking mother. I believe I could be friends with this woman. I think people are to quick to read the tabloids and to judge what they read. Remember that tabloids get paid to write. Good Bad or Ugly. They are going to write about anything and everything true, false or indifferent. So screen the show and then watch with your little ones. Remember Kate is just a hard working mommy. Like you and I, she has real fears, and dreams. If you prick her she will bleed.

Unsafe Products

Products you may use in your home. Do you know what is in your products? Check this out!

Johnson's Baby Shampoo Quaternium 15: FD&C RED 40: Carcinogen, and causes dermatitis.

Crest Tarter Control Toothpaste Saccharin: Carcinogen, contains Phenol If you accidentally swallow more than a pea -sized amount of this, you must contact the Poison Control Center immediately. This warning does not appear on the tube.

Tide & Cheer Detergent Detergent: Can cause temporary respiratory tract irritation. Symptoms include stinging, swelling, or redness. Sodium Silicate: Can be corrosive. Can cause burns to the eyes and tissue damage to the skin, as well as cause burns to the mouth, throat, and stomach if swallowed, Sodium Sulfate: Corrosive, Severe eye, skin, and respiratory irritant. Can cause asthma attacks. Thisodium Nitrilotriacetate: Carcinogen

Note: Tide powder contains fiberglass. If you use this and your sweaty and itchy, it’s the fiberglass in your clothing from the laundry detergent.

Clorox Sodium Hypochlorite: Corrosive. Sensitizer: Can be fatal if swallowed. Eye, skin, and respiratory irritant. Especially hazardous to people with heart conditions or asthma.

Cascade Sodium Hypochlorite Sodium Silicate: Can be corrosive. Can cause burns to the eyes and tissue damage to the skin, as well as cause burns to the mouth, throat, and stomach if swallowed.

Test: Put some liquid cascade on aluminum foil - put it over the sink and see what happens.

Fantastic, Formula 409 Butyl Cellosolve: Neurotoxic. Eye and skin irritant. Damages central nervous system, kidney, and liver. Readily absorbed through the skin. Damages blood and body’s ability to make blood -- listed as a pesticide.

Windex Aerosol Glass Cleaner Butyl Cellosolve (see above) Isobutane: Neorotoxic.

Lysol Disinfectant Dioxin; Carcinogen. 500,000 times more deadly than DDT Ethyl Alcoohol: Eye, skin, respiratory tract irritant.


Autisim Article

This article was written by a bussiness partner of mine, Jean Miles. I thought some might find it interesting

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Did You Know?

Did you know that products you are using currently in your home are making you sick? They are unhealthy. One of the most shocking ingredents I have heard of is QUATERNIUM 15 also known as Q15. This is a  formaldehyde-releasing preservative used in cosmetics and other products. It is in over 400 products!  YES you read that right! It is in cosmetics you are putting on your face. It is in products you are using on your children. Shampoo, bubble bath and soap. DO YOU WANT TO START USING SAFE PRODUCTS? FOR YOU? FOR YOUR CHILDREN?

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Pesticides linked to ADD/ADHD

This just outrages me. Why are we using things on our food that HARM our CHILDREN? That Harm Us?
Is anyone going to BAN these products? Why aren't our children top of the list?

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Preschool Graduate

LITTLE MAN DID IT ! I am so proud of him. It is a bittersweet time for me right now. My little boy is growing up before my eyes. Everyday he grows anoter half inch, and learns something new.

Things he learned this year (Just a short List

* Alphabet
* Numbers
* Nursery Rhymes
* Friends are Fun

Number 1 thing he taught me
* little boys can stand on their own two feet and dont always need mama! This is a hard lesson I am sure I will need to be re taught year after year. At least until he is 40!

Thursday, May 20, 2010

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Monday, May 17, 2010


This is not my own writing but one I hope you enjoy! Author Unknown! Enjoy these inspirational words of wisdom about a place where we all feel safe and secure - our comfort zone. The problem with staying in our comfort zone is that we will never grow, or never do all that we are capable of doing. Reflect on the veses of this poetry and dare to move out of your comfort zone!

A Motivational Poem

My Comfort Zone

By Author Unknown

I used to have a comfort zone

where I knew I wouldn't fail.

The same four walls and busywork

were really more like jail.

I longed so much to do the things I'd never done before,

But stayed inside my comfort zone and paced the same old floor.

I said it didn't matter that I wasn't doing much.

I said I didn't care for things like commission checks and such.

I claimed to be so busy with the things inside the zone,

But deep inside I longed for something special of my own.

I couldn't let my life go by just watching others win.

I held my breath; I stepped outside and let the change begin.

I took a step and with new strength I'd never felt before,

I kissed my comfort zone goodbye and closed and locked the door.

If you're in a comfort zone,

afraid to venture out,

Remember that all winners were at one time filled with doubt.

A step or two and words of praise can make your dreams come true.

Reach for your future with a smile;

success is there for you!

10 quotes to keep you motivated!

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Saturday, May 8, 2010

Healthy Happy Home

I switched stores and I am so excited that I did so!
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Mothers Day

Mother's Day is tomorrow! I just wanted to reflect on how it makes me feel to be a mother!
I have two children who are my whole entire world! I would do anything for these two angels! I don't understand how any mother could not put their children FIRST!
When I wake up in the morning which is normally about 6:30am, The first thing on my mind is getting my son up for school, Second is getting my daughter dressed to ride with me, Then what to feed them. I wake up and thier on my mind and I go to bed asking God to take care of them. My babies made me a mother. They are who I will be celebrating tomorrow. Remember, who made you a mom, and celebrate them! Also remember your own mother on Mother's day!

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

have to believe a 6yr old

I recently was sent this in a fwd and wanted to share it with all of my blog fans becuase Jesus is real and he does amazing things. We all go through hard times and expect Jesus to resuce us. When he doesnt answer prayers immediatly Some may get down and out about thier belief in Jesus Christ. Well I'm, here to tell you GOD DOES ANSWER PRAYERS. He just has his own time and his own plan. So read this inspiring story and then next time your down and out Remember When you really need him he is THERE!


(You gotta believe a 6 year old)

Howard County Sheriff Jerry Marr got a disturbing call

one Saturday afternoon a few months ago.

His 6-year-old grandson, Mikey, had been hit by a car

while fishing in Greentown with his dad.

The father and son were near a bridge

by the Kokomo Reservoir

when a woman lost control of her car,

slid off the bridge and hit Mikey

at a rate of about 50 mph.

Sheriff Marr had seen the results of accidents

like this and feared the worst.

When he got to Saint Joseph Hospital ,

he rushed through the emergency

room to find Mikey conscious and in fairly good spirits.

'Mikey, what happened?' Sheriff Marr asked.

Mikey replied, 'Well, Papaw, I was fishin' with Dad,

and some lady runned me over,

I flew into a mud puddle,

and broke my fishin' pole and I didn't get to catch

no fish!'

As it turned out, the impact propelled Mikey about

500 feet,

over a few trees and an embankment and in

to the middle of a mud puddle.

His only injuries were to his right femur bone,

which had broken in two places.

Mikey had surgery to place pins in his leg.

Otherwise the boy is fine.

Since all the boy could talk about was

that his fishing pole was broken,

the Sheriff went out to Wal-Mart

and bought him a new one while he was in surgery

so he could have it when he came out.

The next day the Sheriff sat with Mikey

to keep him company in the hospital.

Mikey was enjoying his new fishing pole

and talked about when he could go fishing again

as he cast into the trash can.

When they were alone Mikey, just as matter-of-fact, said,

'Papaw, did you know Jesus is real?'

'Well,' the Sheriff replied, a little startled..

'Yes, Jesus is real to all who believe in him

and love him in their hearts.'

'No,' said Mikey. 'I mean Jesus is REALLY real.'

'What do you mean?' asked the Sheriff.

'I know he's real 'cause I saw him,' said Mikey,

still casting into the trash can.

'You did?' said the Sheriff.

'Yep,' said Mikey. 'When that lady runned me over

and broke my fishing pole,

Jesus caught me in his arms

and laid me down in the mud puddle.'



I asked the Lord to bless you

As I prayed for you today

To guide you and protect you

As you go along your way

His love is always with you

His promises are true

And when we give Him all our cares

You know He will see us through

So when the road you're traveling on

Seems difficult at best

Just remember I'm here praying

And God will do the rest.

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Friday, April 30, 2010

Poppy & Nini

My Children call there grandparents poppy & and ; Nini!  Isnt that cute? They have always been great parents, BUT they are even better grandparents. My children are very lucky to have them in there lives. Poppy and Nini spoil them rotten! Thats there job though, so I dont mind! I hope Zack and Ryleigh know how lucky they are. ( think they do)! I dont know what I would do without them. I know Zack and Ryleigh don't know how much of a treasure they have. However I know they will know one day!

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Jesse And Jessica’s Bucket List

1) Visit historical places like Egypt, China, Rome
2) Deep Sea fish
3) Make a difference in at least one persons life
4) Walk the Lords path Daily
5) Love each other and our families unconditionally
6) See a broadway play (That is mine of course but if i have to go deep sea fishing he can see one musical)
7) Have a show truck that wins big bucks (you can guess on that one…LOL)

8) Publish a book
9) Go to a mine and find a big gem
10) Raise wonderful kids with a good education

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Lil Man At War

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  Hes ultimately at war with himself and what can I do?  Sit back and supply him with meds. Take him to physiatrist appointments and research on the net. Is that enough?  Am I truly doing all I can to help him? Such a bright man I cant fail him. So many years ahead of him. So much on his to do list. For himself and for the world.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Fighting For AUTISM!

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Monday, April 5, 2010

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Sunday, February 28, 2010

Overwhelmed By net

When your child is diagnosed with an illness whatever it may be. You do what doctors and people tell you, you are going to try everything you can do make your child feel better and "cure" him/her. My son is 5 and has suspected Attention Deficit Disorder (also known as ADD). When that was first thrown at me I was almost horrified I asked myself 3 questions.
1)How can MY baby be ill?
2)What did I do to cause him to have this?
3) How can I help him?

I got over intial shock pretty quickly as the nightly fights and arguements went on and on I started to accept that it is more likely than not Attention Deficit Disorder. I started looking on the internet for help. Boy of Boy that was wrong thing to do. Yes I found lots of information. Yes I found lots of ideas. Changing his diet, tightneing routine, differenct medications and there side effects, Horror stories of people who have had or been suspected of having ADD. I

One Day I found myself at grocery store struggling to pick a cearal for him. For a 5 year old boy! I then reliazed that while I wanted to do best for Zackary, I was hurting him with all these changes. Diet changes if your going to do them need to be gradual. I understand the links between sugar and hyperness, but I can't deprive this child of some morning treat he likes. At least its not a candy bar. I have since stayed away from reaserching ADD on net. I do go to a few forums online to just lend support to other moms that are in my situation. I realized that there has to be a balance in everything I do. I want to help Zack in anyway possible not hurt him

So Anyways that is just bit of my find with reasearching the net and my opionin is stick to listening to your doctors advice. You are not a bad mom for not spending hours upon hours reasearching add and different ways that may or may not help your child

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Spiritual but not Religious

Just listened to a podcast by manic mommies, this podcast struck a nerve with me. It was about being spiritual but not religious,  These people called thereselves humanist. I think another word for it is Atheist! You cannot be spiritually full with an empty heart. God fills your heart. Religion is not just church and bible studies. Its living in the light. Its FAITH, LOVE and much more. Yes life is sad and troubles come to every human. They are Gods Test of Faith. I will pray for this author. He will need it come judgment day!

Sunday, January 3, 2010

just a dorky mom!!

So this morning I wake my son up at 6:30Am. "Its time for school" I say. He gets up totally awesome. Guess he was tired of being at home over Christmas break and missed his buddies. So anyway, he gets up beautifully. We get out the door on time. I pick up the neighbors children that I take to school. We arrive at the school........AND there are not many cars. Thinking that maybe its just a fluke. Maybe parents are running late or perhaps dropped off early. I get my son and the other two children out of the car. We go to the door and its locked. What in the world??? Did the teachers forget to unlcock door? So i stand there for a minute with 3 freezing children. When a lady walks up the steps and says "they dont come back today." I kind of giggled and looked at her. She then says "no Mam we have a teacher work day today. They come back tomorrow. So all the children and I get back into the car and came home. Luckily my son was still sleepy so after dropping the other children off we came home and napped the morning away. Just think its kinda funny that on a morning that there is no school he got up wonderfully and we werent rushing. So if your a mom who has done the same thing. And willing to admit it..LOL! Dont feel so bad, there are other dorky moms too!