Category Archives: driver’s ed

Teenagers and a Tired Mom

Our kittens have arrived at the stinker stage (kitten teen years) in which I am being awakened in the wee hours of the morning being bitten by a cat trying to play.  Then the other one is climbing curtains and … Continue reading

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Time Marches On

It’s August and my oldest heads back to school in a little less than three weeks.  She’s going back early due to her job (which earns room and board!!!)  DD1 can’t wait to see her friends again and is even … Continue reading

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Feeling Good

Today my daughter got in another half hour practice of driving.  That’s huge for her.  She took driver ed. almost a year and a half ago, and up until Friday had only logged 30 minutes of practice time.  Her sensory … Continue reading

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Good Things

This week DD1 passed her second level driving class (20 out of 20 correct!), and DD2 passed her written test for her first level class.  The driving portion comes Monday.  It was rescheduled due to anxiety.  Her cold (the root … Continue reading

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Winding Down

Driver’s ed is going beautifully now.  One day left for the class and one more drive – which was rescheduled due to anxiety.  That was a small setback, but taking this class has had so many benefits.  DD2 has made … Continue reading

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The Sensory Processing Roller Coaster

My daughter is nearly 16 and we’ve known she has sensory processing disorder (SPD) since she was nine.  There were numerous calls from the school due to incidents until home school began, occupational therapy, counseling, and tons of work and … Continue reading

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Trudging Along

There is a gigantic bag of clothes in the living room waiting to go to Salvation Army.  I got (forced) my son to go through his dresser with me and pull out outgrown/unwanted clothing.  He had a stack of things … Continue reading

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