Once upon a time, I thought I'd be able to potty train my two-year-old twin boys in three days, just like the internet promised I could. I was in denial about my situation:
Part two of my summer reading list for kids on the autism spectrum features 10 more of the year-so-far's standout picture books and board books. Click here to read last week's post for
Summer reading isn't just for typically developing kids; it's a precious opportunity to create a lifetime association between reading and leisure. So far, 2017 has been a great year for picture books that
In the autism world, there is perhaps nothing more stock footage than a young child with an alphabet obsession. It's easy to understand why this happens; alphabet-theming is ubiquitous. Visuals, auditory input, tactile
In my search for books to introduce science concepts to my 4-year-old twins with autism, I came across a glowing review of Grandmother Fish on the National Center for Science Education's blog ("
Deep in the third trimester of my twin pregnancy, I arrived in the 'decorator' stage of nesting and pasted Very Hungry Caterpillar decals all over the nursery walls. So maybe it goes without