Hatching the Next Generation

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Hatching the Next Generation               Instead of looking back at 2014, I thought it would be more fun to look forward.  What happens to new empty nesters down the road after their offspring have flown the coop?  Some parents may preserve a grown up child’s room...

Miracle Milestone

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     I wish all the naysayers of the past 23 years could see Sarah now. All those educators and therapists who told me my autistic spectrum daughter would “never be independent and never go to college,” were WRONG.  As of May 21st, Sarah graduated from Pace University...

Blogaversary

by | Mar 28, 2014 | ADHD, autism, Bing, blog advertisers, blog statistics, cell phones, computer literacy, encyclopedia, Google, Huffington Post, ipads, National Geographic, Nielsen, parent blogs, social media, special needs, YouTube

     Believe it or not, March marks the end of my first year in blogdom, with “The Never Empty Nest.” I’d like to say “what a difference a year makes,” but that would be a lie.   The truth is that while some things have changed—like Max graduating from college and...

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