Dude? When did he start calling people dude?

by zaksdad June 19, 2013

We recently celebrated Zak and Katie’s birthday with a huge party here are the house.  I am pretty sure I was either sedated or drunk when I ok’d it but that is for another day.  It has become an annual event and I swear every year I will tame the beast that it has become […]

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2013’s Dirty Dozen – What You Should be Buying Organic

by zaksdad April 26, 2013

The EWG’s (known as the Environmental Working Group) has come out with their 9th annual Dirty Dozen in their Shoppers Guide to Pesticides in Produce.  We are told from practically the day we are born to “eat our fruits and vegetables” but I am pretty sure that should not include pesticides. We have gone almost completely organic when it comes […]

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What We Need is Autism Action. Not Just Awareness

by zaksdad April 4, 2013

I have been struggling to put something up for a while but with Autism Awareness month, it is almost mandatory.  As I waited for the juices to get flowing, I was hit with a post from a Facebook friend of mine.  She is the sister of one of ZAKSMOM’s dearest friends and has three children […]

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Medical Treatment and Autism – My thoughts

by zaksmom October 7, 2012

Today I want to focus on the medical conditions that are common in our kiddos with Autism.  As stated before, ZAK’SDAD and I strongly believe there is medical link to Autism.  Identifying potential medical conditions that contribute to your child’s Autism or to co-morbid conditions associated with Autism is imperative to help determine the best […]

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Book Review: Ten Things Your Student with Autism Wishes You Knew

by zaksmom August 5, 2012

With school quickly approaching, I thought it would be an appropriate time to do a “book review” on a book that I provide to each of Zak’s teachers at the beginning of the school year.  It is a very quick, easy read loaded with wonderful content.  The book is titled Ten Things Your Student with […]

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