I am ashamed to admit that we have yet to start a 529 plan for the kids. We owe as much in our own student loans as we do on our current mortgage and the idea of starting to save for kids college when I’ve yet to finish paying off my own is tiring to [...]
I was a Horrible with a capital H math student throughout school. I can vividly remember being flustered by math in grades as young as first grade as my teacher tried to teach us to count money and I seemed to be missing the point of how these inanimate objects could have value and numbers [...]
My 3 1/2 year old daughter has been learning to write her name. While she’s been honing her skills at daycare for some time there was recent mention in one of her daycare logs that she needed some extra practice at home with her writing. I jumped at the opportunity remembering fondly the small [...]
Please read the attached link on what happen to a child in the classroom who has been diagnosed with Aspergers.
As some of you know, my daughter has been diagnosed with high functioning autism and Aspergers. Also, she does eat paper and talks to herself. The talking to herself is a coping mechanism to [...]