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About Me

Most days, you’ll find me driving my kids around, watching Real Housewives, cussing at the pile of laundry that never ends and laughing at the hilarious things my kids do. I am always ready to hop in the car and find my next adventure, even if it’s just Target.

I thought I had life figured out until my daughter Remy was born 8 years ago. She came into this world as perfect as can be but then everything changed. When she was 9 months old, she had seizure that would change her life in a way I could never have imagined. From hospital stays, developmental delays, a diagnosis of autism and rare form of epilepsy called PCDH19, I didn’t have the kind of tools I needed to navigate the world of special needs parenting.

About Me

Most days, you’ll find me driving my kids around, watching Real Housewives, cussing at the pile of laundry that never ends and laughing at the hilarious things my kids do. I am always ready to hop in the car and find my next adventure, even if it’s just Target.

I thought I had life figured out until my daughter Remy was born 8 years ago. She came into this world as perfect as can be but then everything changed. When she was 9 months old, she had seizure that would change her life in a way I could never have imagined. From hospital stays, developmental delays, a diagnosis of autism and rare form of epilepsy called PCDH19, I didn’t have the kind of tools I needed to navigate the world of special needs parenting.

The Podcast

In my podcast, you’ll hear raw and vulnerable insights into the world of special needs parenting. I cover topics that parents face raising children with neurological disabilities.

With a mix of inspiration, honest stories and actionable tips; my goal is to help you realize your power to be the parent you always dreamed, even if that’s in a different package than you expected.

Your child’s here to change the consciousness on our planet.  You hold the key to help them shine their amazing light into this world.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PODCAST

The Podcast

In my podcast, you’ll hear raw and vulnerable insights into the world of special needs parenting. I cover topics that parents face raising children with neurological disabilities.

With a mix of inspiration, honest stories and actionable tips; my goal is to help you realize, you have the power to be the parent you always dreamed, even if that’s in a different package than you expected.

Your child is here to change the consciousness on our planet and you hold the key to help them shine their amazing light into this world.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PODCAST!

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"The worst part about having a mental illness is people expect you to behave as if you don't."


That's a line from the movie The Joker. 

This is the hardest part of parenting a child with autism and special needs. 

On the one hand, we want our kids to be exactly who they are. Who they were designed to be. 

We call them special for a reason. They are. 

The best parts about our kids are because they are unique. There are so many strengths in that. 

But we also know that teaching them how to fit in is also important. 

Important so they can learn how to navigate the world. How to be accepted. How to not be judged continuously or looked down on. 

I want to hear from you. How important is it for our special kiddos to be like everyone else? 
Wheres the balance? Is there?

What are your thoughts?
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Recent Instagram Posts

"The worst part about having a mental illness is people expect you to behave as if you don't."


That's a line from the movie The Joker. 

This is the hardest part of parenting a child with autism and special needs. 

On the one hand, we want our kids to be exactly who they are. Who they were designed to be. 

We call them special for a reason. They are. 

The best parts about our kids are because they are unique. There are so many strengths in that. 

But we also know that teaching them how to fit in is also important. 

Important so they can learn how to navigate the world. How to be accepted. How to not be judged continuously or looked down on. 

I want to hear from you. How important is it for our special kiddos to be like everyone else? 
Wheres the balance? Is there?

What are your thoughts?
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#mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthsupport #mentalhealth
#specialneeds #specialneedsfamily #specialneedskids #autism differentnotless #autismawareness #autismmom #autismspeaks #autismacceptance #autismlife #autismparent #autismsupport #autismparents #autismspectrumdisorder #autismmama #autismkids #autism #asd #specialneedschildren #girlswithautism #autismadvocate
Well that didn't go as I planned.... .
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#autismmom #autism #asd #autism family #specialneeds #soecialneedsmom
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