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When you suspect that your child may have autism, you may be overwhelmed with how to begin. Who do I talk to? Where do we get my child evaluated for a diagnosis? How is therapy handled? Succeed ABA, located...
I want to host for the holidays. Just once every few years is all I ask. I have a dream of watching my nieces and nephews stampede around our home buzzing with the excitement that only comes from being...
These are not your average STEM toys. We aren’t talking about Legos or Picasso tiles in this post. We are looking at the latest and best ways to get your child excited to play but be secretly learning at...

Tragedy, I See You

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I sat down to write about something else this morning. Something that now seems embarrassingly trivial and petty and ultimately inconsequential. But, like tragedy always does, ambushing the unsuspecting between sips of coffee or amid an ambivalent trip down...
“Hey, mom!” Such a simple phrase, one I’ve heard probably thousands of times before. But this one took my breath away. It hit me like lightning. This one sounded different. Because this time, it was my youngest, my baby, who...
Are you interested in helping your teenager open a checking account? Teachers Credit Union is a great option! They offer Student Rewards Checking and we had the opportunity to learn more about their account services. Chris Griggs, Manager of...
From a young age, a love of reading has been instilled in me; for over 30 years, my dad was the editor of our local newspaper, and my mom has been a librarian at our town's library. I've always thought...
I came to a rather obvious conclusion this week. Never, will I ever, NOT be a first-time parent. I don’t know why it took me so long to figure it out. I guess I thought first-time parenting was reserved...
Growing up with a younger sister, I always knew that siblings had a very "special" relationship. I had friends with younger and older siblings who got along perfectly well. No arguing or fighting, and they actually WANTED to spend time...
An open letter for my three younger sisters: Kaitlyn, Malia, and Mia, in honor of National Sisters' Day.   To my sisters,  Kaitlyn and Malia, I would like to start by apologizing. With our rather grim childhood, I am genuinely sorry...
  When my son was ready for daycare, I was lucky enough to be starting a brand new job with a higher salary than I was used to, and my new office had a daycare on site. This daycare was...
In the last month alone, numerous friends of mine have lost loved ones in incidents that were not expected. A man in his thirties to a genetic condition that seemingly came out of nowhere. A woman in her late twenties...
My oldest son recently graduated from Pre-K. Because I'm a stay-at-home-mom, this year has been his true first school experience. It took my husband and me months to decide the path we wanted him to take when entering school...
Every May, students around the country throw on the cap and gown, march in single file to Pomp and Circumstance, and move their tassel. This year, my son will be one of those students, except I guarantee he and...

In + Around Indy

Indianapolis Moms Guide to February Family Events

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Don't let the cold and snow keep you from experiencing the fun around Indy this month! Take a look at our list of February...
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