I don’t even know at this point how much it has cost us to fix and/or replace things the kids have broken, mostly our oldest child. I’m sure by the time he goes to college, we probably will have already paid for most if not all of his college education in things broken. The latest – the TV stand. My 4yo had already broken one door when he was 2 years old. Yesterday morning acting a fool, my 9 year old not only broke the other door, but also almost knocked over the TV in the process. I did NOT have enough coffee for such shenanigans before 8am.
Amanda Griffiths sometimes feels as though she's running a zoo instead of a home. With two active autistic boys, they often make the noise of six kids. Pepper in some Army life and cyber schooling for spice, and it's organized chaos at best. When visiting, please don't feed the animals. They have food allergies.