About Me

I’m the mom of 2 fabulous boys – Eli (age 9) and Keegan (age 8).

Eli was diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder, Asperger’s and anxiety disorder.  He started occupational therapy in October 2008 and has been seeing a psychologist since December 2010.

Keegan is working very hard to find his own place in the crazy world!

I am a mom, developmental specialist for birth to age 3, a student, a writer (not yet published but perhaps someday!) and a blogger.  I struggle to find the balance of it all, to maintain a sense of me.  So I read, I walk, I cook, I do whatever I can to take my mind off of all of it.

I share our struggles and our joys.  And in the middle we try to have a lot of fun!

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2 Responses to About Me

  1. Heather, I was just reading about your niece and that gut-wrenching situation. I can’t even imagine how busy your life must be… and your struggles to make sure those cute boys have the tools they need.

    I have to tell you that I am so impressed… truly!… that you refer to yourself as a writer, too. “Perhaps someday…?” I’d put money on it!

    Had to laugh at your comment regarding your dog’s taste for frozen poop. We used to life in the midwest and our neighbor almost bemoaned his little dog’s frozen tootsie rolls.

  2. spdmama says:

    I’d like to introduce you to Voices of Sensory Processing Disorder. This is a community website where bloggers can share their experiences, victories, tips and everyday challenges with others. And we want you! We’d love to share your writing.

    Please visit us at http://www.voicesofsensoryprocessingdisorder.com to learn more. I do hope you’ll join us. Happy blogging!
    Regards, Jennifer

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