The Day a Bag of Candy Saved Me –Guest Post

When the phone rang I didn’t think twice to run and pick it up, even though it meant leaving my five-year-old son and two-year-old daughter alone in the sun room with a preschool goody bag filled to the brim with Easter candy. I figured it was my mom asking me a quick question about the upcoming holiday. Not for a second did I think I was picking up a call that would change our lives forever and fill me with […]

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How Princesses Helped Me Connect with My Special Needs Daughter

This is a guest post in a series of posts from Special Needs parents by Kathy Radigan. I’m a girly girl that was born to a mother and a family that never really appreciated nor indulged my passion for all things pink, sparkly, and shiny. Both my parents had the crazy idea that my sisters and I should grow up feeling that we were more than just pretty objects to be taken care of and admired. We were raised to […]

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Autism with a side of Fries|How Not to Lose Your Sh*t |MomCave LIVE

On this week’s LIVE show, meet Eileen, the mom behind Autism with a Side of Fries. Our very serious subject: How NOT to Lose Your Sh*t. What are your strategies? Is this even possible?? Eileen has tongue-in-cheek tips for not only moms of newly diagnosed kids on the spectrum, but also just moms in general. Live Twitter Party during the show using #MRRMCTV, hosted by our friend, MommyRandR. And a special giveaway from Our Generation! Autism with a Side of […]

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