In my family, much like any other Latino family-we’re loud. The colors on our walls are bright, the food is seasoned with a cornucopia of flavors, we hug a lot, we kiss a lot. Everything we instinctively do, the cultural practices and traditions of who we are is a nightmare for autistic children. My son … Continue reading Maximus The Great: Being Latino & Autistic is hard.
Dr. Margarita Machado-Casas put into one sentence, what I've been trying to say for the past 6 years.
So many of you have shown such an outpouring of love during this process of diagnosing Max with potential autism. I'm getting lots of questions, suggestions, advice, and just love so we decided to dedicate an entire series of the blog to Maximus the Great. It’s been quite the journey the last several months. I first … Continue reading Maximus the Great: An Update
This Saturday May 7th Northside World of Music will host an open house at 11918 Vance Jackson Road, with food, dancing, performances, and fun for the whole family! Read more below about this gem of an organization: I got an invite from local blogger Jeanelly for a small event showcasing the Northside World Music … Continue reading Northside World of Music Open House: May 7th
The lovely Elsa opened her shop on Houston Street earl just Janeli and Dani to try on some fabulous clothes and dance around! Check out the video below to see how to dress your curvaceous crept and learn more about Eye Candy.
I sat in the sonogram room nervously fidgeting, trying to remain calm. I was slightly panicking as I hadn't gotten my period and had 2 positive pregnancy tests weeks 7 and half weeks after my miscarriage, and if I WAS pregnant I needed to know ASAP. She inserted the equipment and I had a … Continue reading Tercas (Looks like we made it!)