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Kids Have No Filter: Collection of Favorites

Last week, we featured a blog post called “Frank and Funny: Kids Have No Filters.” It’s about those moments when your child says something totally embarrassing and you wish the floor would just open up and swallow you whole. You know what we’re talking about – you’re in a public place, when all of the sudden your little darling loudly points out some observation or repeats something you once told them.

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The Importance of Data Collection

Why collect data? What does data collection have to do with your child’s behavior(s)? In my last blog, I explained the term, S.E.A.T. SEAT is a tool to help us understand and root out the cause of a child’s unexpected and usually “bad” behavior. Was it a sensory issue, an escape issue, an attention issue, or a tangible issue that led up to a behavior?

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The Christmas Village Collector

As much as I try not to have an overwhelming amount of things surrounding us in our home, there is a major, huge, gigantic exception and that would be Christmas decorations! I love to decorate for Christmas, and embarrassingly enough have about 100,000 boxes of Christmas decorations that take up space and add to the clutter. The difference is these boxes of stuff make me happy and I have no desire to get rid of ANY of them. Just call me a Christmas decor hoarder.