I’m Here! Just T I R E D.

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January is 2/3 over already and I have yet to get back to regular posting. If you follow along on Facebook, you may already know one of the reasons. I am tired. Baby Emory, like all my kids, had a sleep regression right at 4 months. However, this kid’s regression has been longer and far worse than either of my other children. I think it is the combination of the age appropriate regression paired with hitting several motor milestones within {Read More}

Happy New Year!

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Whew! I don’t know about you guys, but we had a busy few weeks around here! I tried to spend more time “unplugged” and didn’t even sign into my blog for nearly two weeks! We spent some much needed time hanging out as a family, watching movies (both with and without the kids), and getting little things done around the house that I have had on my “to-do” list for months. I also am reading a book for fun, which {Read More}

My Morning {Why Writing a Blog Post Takes Me 3 Days…or More}

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This is how my morning went down. Downstairs eating breakfast. All goes well. Baby plays on floor. Children play. Sit down to work on blog post. Baby screaming. Put baby in baby swing. Kids play with baby. Baby is happy. See how happy we were this morning?  Baby falls asleep. SCORE. Continue working on blog post. Children want to paint. Set up paint. All goes well for 68 seconds. This was 22 seconds before all hell broke loose. See those {Read More}

Perspectives of Being an SLP Mom of a Late Talker {Teach Me to Talk Podcast Interview}

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Today I had the fantastic opportunity of chatting with Laura from Teach Me to Talk on her weekly podcast. She invited me on her show to discuss my perspectives on being an SLP and a mom of a child who was a late talker and how that has shaped my practice and blog. We also discussed some of my blog posts and the strategies we often use with the children and families of late talkers. You can check out the {Read More}

Three Dogs, Two Cats, Two Preschoolers, One Baby, Autoimmune Diseases, Preschool, Food Allergies, & a Partridge in a Pear Tree…

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It’s been a while…I know. This whole mom-of-three thing has been keeping me busy. I have so many things I want to share with you, yet life has been crazy and hasn’t let me had time to do any blogging. But I hope to slowly get back into it here soon! In fact, I actually wrote a blog post the other day. It’s about my daughter and her juvenile arthritis. Unfortunately, it’s not a great update…which is part of what has {Read More}

Please Excuse the Mess as we Redecorate

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Happy Tuesday! You’ve probably noticed it has been pretty quiet around here. Baby Emory is almost a MONTH old (can you believe it!?) and we have been just spending time getting to know him and adjusting to life as a family of 5. So as you can imagine, blogging has not exactly been a priority I mean, would you be able to blog when this sweet face is begging for your attention? However…what I HAVE been up to the last {Read More}

What do You Wish you Would Have Known?

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Back when I did my reader survey, I had several requests on information about what to expect from speech therapy. I am consulting with some colleagues for this post but also am looking for information from PARENTS to help me write this series as well. If you are a parent or an SLP, I’d LOVE some input. Specifically: From PARENTS: What do you wish you would have known about speech therapy before you started?  What do you WANT to know {Read More}

How to Follow all your Favorite Speechies on Facebook!

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Hello hello hello! I am writing this from my couch as I deal with tummy issues when I SHOULD be packing. Yeah, not great timing to have a stomach bug-type-thing. SIGH Anyway, I am about to go slowly pack up more things for our move this weekend, but I wanted to drop you all a quick note to let you know a little something I’ve done over at Facebook to help you all keep up with your favorite Speechies there! {Read More}

How You Can Share My Content {And How You Can’t}

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Welcome to the second part of my little Why I Blog & How You Can Share it posts. Last week, I shared with you all Why I Blog & What it Takes to give you all a little insight into how much work and time goes into this blog. Now that you all (hopefully) have an idea of why I blog and just how much work goes into this blog, let’s talk about how you can share it with others. As I {Read More}

Why I Blog & What it Takes

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Hello hello helo! I hope this post finds you all doing AWESOME! For me…I have been so very busy getting this house ready to put on the market, taking care of my kids, seeing clients, writing this blog…. Ahhhhh the blog! My little baby here. Actually, the blog is exactly what I want to talk about today. Today…I want to share with you all why I blog, and exactly what it takes to run this blog. Why? Well, because I {Read More}

Best of 2012 at PWW365!

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HAPPY NEW YEAR! Can you believe it is 2013?? I cannot believe it!!! 2012 was a great year for my family, and for this blog. I FINALLY am feeling like I am starting to “find my voice” so to speak and I have “met” and gotten to know so many amazing people as well as fellow bloggers. I want to take a moment to THANK YOU all for your support this last year. This little blog would be NOTHING without {Read More}

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays from PWW365

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I hope each and every one of you has an amazing holiday season! I am looking forward to spending the next week or so with my family, and hope you all do the same. I will see you again in 2013! Take care!    With Love from Katie and Family