Self Care for the neurotypical parent

If Mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy Self care for the neurotypical parent is vital to thriving in an ADHD household. Many older adults with ADHD bear the scars of shame from their childhood. RSD (rejection sensitivity dysphoria) is a common factor of ADHD. Shame from being misunderstood as a bad child, both in school… Continue reading Self Care for the neurotypical parent

Freezer meal prep to the Rescue

Why freezer meal prep Freezer meal prep can be a life saver. Does “what’s for dinner” seem like it’s a broken record at your house? Do you cringe at the cost of eating out too often when you’re too tired to answer that question?  Does feeding your family healthy meals seem unattainable? Do you run… Continue reading Freezer meal prep to the Rescue

Sensory tools for school success

Little Bit is just entering her first grade year of school. Even before kindergarten, she learned most of her letters and numbers without much intentional instruction. We have chosen to homeschool both girls for many reasons. However, I am a working parent, and must rely on a prepared curriculum to ensure the girls are learning… Continue reading Sensory tools for school success

Favorite ADHD Supplements

This post focuses on my favorite ADHD supplements. I am targeting common deficiencies found with ADHD before jumping to stimulant medication for the developing brain. This is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice. This article covers a lot of the common deficiencies found with ADHD. Many alternative therapies such as herbs, essential… Continue reading Favorite ADHD Supplements

Topical Magnesium changed our lives

Family vacation? Imagine the scenario….we were with extended family, staying in our tiny pop up camper at the family cabin.  Our girls were the only kids present, ages 4.5 and 9 at the time. They were surrounded by 3 adult couples, plus 2 older teenagers.  Other than myself and my husband, all of the other… Continue reading Topical Magnesium changed our lives