There is something to be said about it.
I know as a young mother of two active boys I would often crave that quiet. If they weren’t talking… the tv, Nintendo or music was being heard. We had to carve out time for quiet.
I would sometimes try to escape to the bath tub and lock the door. But with only one bathroom, locking the door was prohibited. So “quiet” wasn’t easy to come by….But once in a while, I would have the boys turn everything off and just listen. Sometimes it worked, most of the time it didn’t if I am honest. Continue reading Quiet Please
I am a bit broken hearted.
Adults, don’t be afraid of children with special needs. Don’t be afraid to answer your child’s questions when they see someone in a store that might look or act a bit different from them.
As a former special education teacher my heart truly hurts when I watch people and their reactions to those who are “different”. I don’t believe it is out of a ugly heart, but an uneducated one. Continue reading A Bit Broken Hearted
I know what you are thinking.
It is less than a month away in most districts.
It is about that time…….
I will admit that for the 15 years I taught in the public schools, and yes….the 10 years I homeschooled by boys….I dreaded that day like none other. Continue reading Attention Teachers!!