Tuesday, March 2, 2010

IEP Survival Kit

I put this IEP Survival Kit together for Pea's Mom.  IEP's are so stressful.  I don't know why.  Its like the DMV.  You just knoooooooooow its going to be interesting.  Pea's Mom and I are both Type A personalities...actually sometimes I swear we share the same brain.  She worked so very hard on Pea's IEP, I wanted to give her something to enjoy after all of her efforts. 

Preparing for an IEP is mentally exhausting.  It's your chance to advocate to the very best of your ability for your child.  Did I mention it is mental exhausting? You stay up late at night going over your goals and what your child needs and deserves.  You wake up thinking of additional research articles or information that may help this team of professionals understand you on common ground. 

If I could have fit a bottle of wine in here, I would have. 

Here's to you IEP! 
Nothing a little Edward, a latte, and chocolate-covered strawberries can't handle.

3 comments:

  1. YOU ARE THE BEST! And you beat me to this post. :)

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  2. You are always so thoughtful! so cute!

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  3. How to Make Pemmican The Ultimate Survival Food

    People really should avert their gaze from the modern survival thinking for just a bit and also look at how folks 150 years ago did it. These guys were the last generation to practice basic things-for a living-that we call survival skills now.

    Click on the link bellow to find out how the early pioneers - who had a long hard journey ahead - built the Self-Feeding Fire in order to take a much needed refreshing nap (no need to add logs).

    How to Start a Self-Feeding Fire That Lasts All Night Long

    People really should avert their gaze from the modern survival thinking for just a bit and also look at

    How folks 150 years ago did it.

    These guys were the last generation to practice basic things-for a living-that we call survival skills now.

    Survival Things Our Great Grandfathers Did Or Built Around The House.

    Remember... back in those days, there was no electricity... no refrigerators... no law enforcement... and certainly no grocery store or supermarkets...

    So I really can't think of anyone more qualified in sharing real-life survival lessons than people who lived through times like these.

    Survival Things Our Great Grandfathers Did Or Built Around The House.

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