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A Mile in His Shoes

He tried to hide it, ducking his head quickly as I walked into the room, but I had already seen his face. He was crying, again, and didn’t want me to see. 1,020 more words


My testimony against SB 3: Why an educational savings account would be useless for my son

On March 21, 2017, I went to the Texas capitol to testify against SB 3, the newest salvo in the GOP’s school choice crusade. For those who have never testified at a state hearing and want to know what to expect, I will write elsewhere about the process and my experience. 780 more words

Our PCIT Journey: The Beginning 

I have gone back and forth in my mind about writing this post. It has nothing and everything to do with our homeschool Journey. The topic is extremely personal. 1,637 more words

Sensory Processing Disorder

How an Umbrella Helped Me Become a Better Teacher

How an Umbrella Helped Me Become a Better Teacher… and Other Tips on Homeschooling a Gifted/2e Child Parent perspectives by Nikki C.

Like many homeschooling parents of gifted kids, I was a reluctant, last-resort homeschooling mom. 1,605 more words

Parent Perspectives

Medication Holiday Success!

My son asked me if he had to have his ADHD medication in the school holidays. He told me he was happier when he wasn’t taking it. 407 more words


Two Out of Three

Tonight SHOULD have been our son’s leaving ceremony from primary school to junior high. However, as he is currently year 5, he doesn’t get to attend. 341 more words