I don't normally share much personal information about myself or my family, but today I want to share with you a little bit about my oldest son.  At the age of five, he was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D).  I cannot even tell you what a scary and uncertain time this was for our whole family.  There was a huge learning curve of insulin shots and blood sugar checks.  Our son was such a trooper through all of this!  He truly amazed me every day.  Two an a half years later, he is doing well with managing his diabetes.  He currently gets five shots of different types of insulin each day, and also checks his blood sugar throughout the day.  We have to watch him very carefully so that we can help him notice if his blood sugar is dropping too low (hypoglycemia), or is becoming too high (hyperglycemia).  Unfortunately, this is a lifelong disease that will not go away.  Ever.  There was a heartbreaking day for me when he asked me quietly, "How long am I going to have to do all...
I am so excited to link up with Lauren over at Busy Bee Speech to tell you about my new planners that I have already put up on TpT!  A lot of you have already checked these out, and THANK YOU for that! Special Education Planner {Bright Colors and Black & White} There are two designs included in this product: Bright Colors and Black & White:   I have been crazy busy with my boys, camping, and just general summer fun, so this is the first chance I have had to sit down and really share with you all of the great additions that I have made to my planners.  Last year I made two planners that I used and shared with other SLPs and special education staff.  From using that planner at school, and listening to input from all of you, I have made some nice additions to this year's new designs!  All of my new pages are now also included in last years designs, so if you have purchased those previously, go and update because there are new pages included!  Special Education Pl...