Living in a household where sensory processing disorder rules the roost. Our story of living with children with Sensory Processing disorder. A humours look at a very complicated world.

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Latest Blog Posts for Senseless Senses

  • Working moms and snow days
    on Jan 27, 2011
    WOW, it's been over a month since my last post.  I know it's been crazy around my house but until just now I didn't realize how the time has just flown by!! I don't know about the rest of you out there but here in New England we have had one hec...
  • The perfect gift...
    on Dec 18, 2010
    I have to be honest I have not had a minute to write these last few weeks. We've had a whirl wind of activities, illnesses and all around craziness!! Why not, it is the Holiday's after all the one time of year I wish we could kick back and relax and...
  • Figuring it all out this time of year
    on Nov 26, 2010
    I just read an update from a good friend of mine, Bree, she wrote about traditions and being accepting of change, this really got me thinking, especially this holiday season. Thanksgiving week has always been crazy for us. My dad comes up from Kentuc...
  • Time out is not just for toddlers any more!
    on Nov 17, 2010
    I recognize that in most houses time out is a useful and effective tool for diffusing a situation. I also recognize that asking my SPD kids to go to time out in the middle of or at the start of a meltdown is the equivalent of expecting to hit Powerba...
  • The power of the Wii
    on Nov 11, 2010
    A few years ago, right after Austin was diagnosed with SPD, we decided to purchase a Wii. I'm sitting in my living room this evening watching Austin play. This is a nightly event in our house. What I've learned is that video games are not as horrible...
  • The results are in....
    on Nov 1, 2010
    I have to be honest and let you all know that I am not really in the mood to be eloquent and ensure what I'm writing makes sense to all that read. I am tired, very tired. It's been a long month and a very long evening. After an agonizing month long w...
  • A week of firsts....
    on Oct 22, 2010
    Our First Parent/Teacher Conference for Austin this week and Austin's FIRST Sleepover at a friends house!Let's see, the parent teach conference did not exactly go as I expected. While there was mention of "fidgety", "anxious" and "frustrated" they we...
  • Lessons to learn
    on Oct 14, 2010
    Someone once told me that our kids are brought to this earth to teach us things we haven't quite learned yet. I've given this a lot of thought these last few months as we've started having Austin evaluated for Aspergers, OCD and other disorders to de...
  • Imagine if....
    on Oct 11, 2010
    Earlier this summer as I was trying to make sense of our world in our "Sensory Overloaded House" I came across a website that tried to explain to those of us who's senses seem to work as designed what it was like to have a sensory processin...
  • Chew toys...
    on Oct 10, 2010
    It amazes me that my son can find anything to chew on. We spent a fortune yesterday on new clothes for the fall and he's been wearing a fleece pull over from Old Navy all day. Not because it's cold out, while there is a breeze it's quite beautiful to...
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