Author Archives : Tianna Wynne

If Hunter and I ruled the world….


If Hunter and I ruled the world, the week would look like this: Sunday, Second Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday. This week has been hard. Lots of pushback and brutal emotional honesty from Hunter. On top of that, a full day of freak-outs and meltdowns. (Knowing the difference between tantrums and meltdowns has been key in changing my parenting…

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Stop Chasing Perfection


Just a little reminder to…. Accept that LIFE IS MESSY & Embrace its imperfect nature. Since there is NO SUCH THING AS PERFECT, You don’t need to keep grasping for certainty. Life is always changing, The future is never set in stone. tianna-babbling panda blog

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School During COVID-19: Not What We Expected


I was as disappointed as Isabella that she was starting her first year of high school- Grade 7(!)- during COVID-19. We are cautious over paranoid, so it wasn’t fear that was getting to us. And both my daughter and I were aware the precautions existed for good reason (shoutout to Dr. Tam for keeping us informed!). So it wasn’t that.…

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Fitness Trackers: Mini Mega-Motivators


Guest article written by Susan Doktor For moms, staying healthy is practically a full-time job of its own. Keeping up with doctors’ appointments. Making sure we’re up to date on the latest health news, from vital pandemic information to the evolving body of nutrition research. Then, once we figure out what we should be eating, we must shop for it…

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Eco-Friendly Apartment Hacks


Guest article provided by Siege Media Summer is here and now is the perfect opportunity to give your apartment an eco-friendly transformation. Making the switch all at once may feel intimidating, but this guide will show you simple modifications and habits to embrace to help out the planet.   Luckily, these eco-friendly swaps won’t break the bank! There are also so…

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Getting Your Autistic Child to Drink Enough Water


Hunter wasn’t drinking enough water. As a result, he wasn’t hydrated and is having trouble going to the bathroom. When I looked up answers, I was shocked to find it is a common problem for autistic children. The reasons vary, but often it’s a sensory thing or a task they don’t consider “important”. (Eating is a thing that Hunter considers…

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