I am podcast junky. I’ve listened to loads of parenting podcasts over the past year and I’ve found 7 awesome podcasts for parenting ADHD. You can really learn a lot in a short amount of time if you listen to the right ones. To be honest these podcasts have been saving my butt! Parenting a child with […]
Navigating a healthy lunch that your kids will actually eat can be difficult for any kid. But for kids with ADHD, what you pack in a lunch can make or break their afternoon. If you are like me and have realized how much food can effect your ADHD kid, you may be trying to prepare […]
I’ve mentioned before how my boys are prolific readers. I often find them with their noses stuck in a book. In fact, sometimes I have to say, “Stop reading, please” when it’s time to go somewhere or eat dinner. This has not always been the case. Both of my boys have ADHD and struggled to […]
Back to school time can be difficult for any kid, but kids with ADHD and anxiety may have an even harder time with this transition. This guide for ADHD parents give real life advice to help your ADHD kid make the transition smoother and with confidence.
Families who struggle with ADHD know there can be times where parenting is a real challenge — and that is putting it lightly. From my own perspective, I have had to deal with explosive outbursts of anger, tidal waves of big emotions and sometimes tantrums that seem to make little sense given my son’s age. […]
My oldest son is a great reader thru and thru. Reading is one of his preferred activities and when we are home (or in the car), you will most likely find him lost in a book. I always say that once you have a good reader, the hard work is done. The world is […]
My oldest son is a bit of a worrywart, something he probably inherited from me. He worries about lots of things-school, bugs, storms, my driving. A little fear is good-it’s part of our survival instincts. But too much worry, I feel, is robbing him of a carefree childhood. I have tried lots of things to […]