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Revenge Porn Isn’t Just a Celebrity Thing

If you happened to be on Twitter or Instagram at a certain hour yesterday and follow Rob Kardashian you might have had the chance to see all the lady parts of his baby mama Blac Chyna on display. Rob, apparently ticked off about a photo that Blac sent him on the 4th of July kissing […]

How Accessible is #CruiseNorwegian Breakaway?  Here’s the Answer!

When you have family members who are disabled you try to normalize as many things as you can.  You quickly realize however that as much as no one wants to admit it, our world was not built to accommodate people with disabilities. To be honest, navigating my world isn’t easy.  My husband has Primary Progressive […]

What Every Parent of a Child With Intellectual Disabilities Fears

Today I realized that I’m getting closer to the edge of the cliff.  What cliff?  The cliff my son will go over unless mama starts taking charge. My son Spencer is 19 years old and has intellectual and development disabilities – IDD for short.  If you aren’t familiar with how the “system” works, people with […]

Pool Safety Tips for a Safe Summer

This post contains affiliate links to make your shopping more convenient.   If you do purchase via any of the links below, I may receive a small compensation at no additional cost to you.   Are you up on pool safety and the latest gadgets to help keep your family and guest safe this summer? […]

Dry Drowning – Learn to Recognize the Warning Signs

This week a 4 year-old boy in Texas died from suspected dry drowning.  Most people have never heard of this and, to be honest, it’s rather rare but with summer upon us it’s critical to be aware and recognize the signs. Dry drowning occurs when a swimmer is on land but previously inhaled water into […]

Cruising with Disabilities – Planning My Summer Vacation

In a few weeks I’m going to be heading off on vacation with my family.  Now I know that for everyone, a vacation takes A LOT of preparation but for me it’s even more.  For those of you who follow my blog you know that I have a son with Intellectual Disabilities and a husband […]

JPMA Baby Show Innovation Awards Winners

This afternoon the winners of the JPMA Innovation Awards were announced and featured some of the top names in the juvenile products category but also some smaller companies.  The products included high tech items such as a self-installing car seat as well as some products that are so smart and practical it’s amazing it’s taken […]

Blue Whale Challenge – What Every Parent Needs to Know Today!

Some international news sources have recently posted about a disturbing “game” popping up on social media called the Blue Whale Challenge.  The game is described as a 50-day challenge during which teens complete a series of risky, dangerous tasks with the final challenge being for the participant to commit suicide. Reports indicate the tasks also […]