In case you were not aware, April is Autism Awareness Month.
In light of that, I thought I’d share an Autism-related craft I made a while back.
As I’ve mentioned before, before the birth of my son, I worked with preschoolers with Autism for 4 years. I made this shirt to show support for every child I’ve known who is affected by this disorder.
Ok, ok. I know. I’m not very good at this whole “consistent blogging” thing. But I get busy. And tired. And busy. And wrapped up in a novel. And tired.
Anyway. I’m back, and with a new host at that! While I was gone I did some fun things. Most of them not worth blogging about, but this one is. My cousin Samantha is having a baby. She’s due in less than two weeks now! But we had a baby shower for her at church a couple weeks ago. And my sister and I made cookies.
Adorable baby-themed sugar cookies. (more…)
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Note: there are no porcupines used in these meatballs, so if you were excited that you finally found a use for that porcupine carcass in your garage, I’m sorry.
This is one of my grandma’s recipes. Therefore, it is delicious. It’s homey with a twist. Some good ol’ comfort food.