Uncovering

Unschooling has been a process of uncovering layers and layers of myself. As is parenthood, but unschooling pushes us deeper, we are with ourselves and our reflections--our children, our motivations, our triggers--all. the. time. And no wonder there are so many cover ups and walls and shields in myself. I cannot imagine what my daughter... Continue Reading →

Strike: Thirsty for Long-Form

My work right now is kids. It's not writing. I squeeze in this writing in the small bits of time I have between diaper changes, making food, comforting, reading, setting up art projects, vacuuming, sweeping, persuading, dressing, changing, washing, pushing, coaching, teaching, comforting. When I heard about the strike today, I was torn about what... Continue Reading →

Looking Up

Now I move in both worlds. The neurotypical and the autism parenting worlds. I carry them both on either side of me, and depending on who I interact with--the parent of a neurotypical kid or the parent of a kid with autism--I will have a whole different conversation.

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Adventure Family Balance Life

Mutha Magazine

My WordPress Blog

Graphic Medicine

Exploring the interaction between the medium of comics and the discourse of healthcare.

Kaitlin Walker, PhD

Writing coach for HS and College

Auroral Autistic

Devin S. Turk

The Unschool Sisters

Two Canadian sisters, nine spectacular kids, no school.

Wild, Wild Fonts

For The Love & Liberation of Black Children

The Aspergian

A Neurodivergent Collective

Responsive Parenting

Building trust with empathy and love

Growing Minds

Growing Minds | Growing Hearts | Growing Communities

Dani Alexis

writing, neurodivergence, and the creative process

Let's talk about contingence.

Dependence, finiteness, and what it means to us.

The Ambitious Passport

Sharing my adventures of a travel filled life from around the globe through photos, practical guides, and inspirational stories.

homo qui vixit

autism, disability, queerness, transness, poverty, and inevitably some wizard rock

Brett Wilkins

Independent journalist and author

Mamautistic

I'm an Autistic mama blogging about memories and life.

Embracing Us

Quiet reflections on parenting, unschooling, neurodiversity and life

Learning at the Lake House

Simple and fun Ideas to encourage Self-Directed Education and building connection with your kids.