On a good day, parenting will test the integrity of your character. On a bad day, parenting will test your will to live. Parenting children with trauma histories will cause you to test the integrity of everything and everyone you thought you knew, for the rest of your life.
~J. Skrobisz

Tuesday, November 30, 2010


It has been requested that I extend the deadline for OUT CRAZY THE CRAZY contest.

Hmmm... let me think about it ...


If you're just cluing in, go HERE and HERE

Our first (and only entry) is compliments of Marythemom which, I must add, is pretty gosh darn crazy.

Maybe you feel like you've never done crazy stuff to keep from going nutty raising your RADs. But you know another blogger that has. One word: LINKEROO!! send 'em on over here so they can enter.

And this just in, my I-think-best-when-I'm-in-the-shower brainstorm, for those of you who don't think you're crazy, next week's contest to win another set of Christmas coasters: MY RAD HAS LOST HIS BRAIN contest!. Tell us about the crazy things your RADlet has done.


Angela :-) said...

Ooh, ooh, ooh. I even have a video I can send you for this one. LOL

Angela :-)

Anonymous said...

Your quilts are absolutely beautiful. I have no stories to contribute because my kids are just regular kids -- no RAD, bipolar, ADHD, etc. I once made the grave error of referring to them as "normal" in a comment on a blog belonging to a woman whose son is severely autistic and I was severely berated by other commenters who took umbrage at the term. I guess they thought I was implying that their kids aren't normal but really, they're not. However, we live in an Orwellian age of political correctness when a child who used to be called normal is now considered "neurotypical."
Le sigh.