I'm a teacher in Ontario and here if a child has an identified "exceptionality" them she must have an Individual Education Plan (IEP). The IEP must have SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realisitic,…"
I am a mom to twin girls and an elementary school teacher. If I had to label my parenting style it would be free-range attachment parenting.
What's something about your kid(s) that makes you happy?
Daily snuggles and kisses. Hearing them laugh.
What's your most recent kid-related public humiliation?
I'm lucky that way, haven't had any yet, beyond grocery store melt-downs which are no biggie.
What about contemporary parenting culture pisses you off the most?
Parents judging other parents for co-sleeping, extended breastfeeding or anything really.
Who were you BEFORE you became a parent?
Same person I am now, with more sleep.
What are you nerdy about?
I research everything to death.
Folk, classic rock, jazz, classic country (like Johnny Cash).
To Kill a Mockingbird, Catcher in the Rye, Mindset, The English Patient...too many to name.
Grey's Anatomy, House, Being Erica.
The Matrix, Stand by Me, Sideways, Pulp Fiction, Fargo, Gone with the Wind....the list goes on.
You need to be a member of Offsprung to add comments!