Thursday, July 30, 2009
This morning I came across an Autism research group call EARLI. They are studying how environmental factors and genetic susceptibility are related by studying families with Autistic child who plan to have another baby. The more information we have the better. Knowledge is power, right? If you’re interested, please take a look at their site. http://www.earlistudy.org/
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
For more information about Things Mom Like, please visit them online at http://www.thingsmomslike.com/ or on twitter and facebook.
Monday, July 27, 2009
Sock seams can be bothersome. Some kids and adults just can’t stand them. Have you or your child or someone you know been bothered by seams? If so, I’d love to hear your story! (I'm a nosey little bug!)
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Above is me in our AOTA booth. I was looking particularly handsome that day. It really was great having the chance to talk to everyone and be at AOTA.
If you’re an OT and would like information about SmartKnitKIDS for your patients, please contact me! I’ll be happy to send a professional resource kit out to you. Please visit us at http://www.smartknitkids.com/professional_resources.html to request a kit today!
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
You can also fine MetroPlex Baby and Kids on twitter and facebook.
Thanks Metro Moms for choosing us to be apart of your great event!
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
Monday, July 20, 2009
One grand prize winner will receive:
4 Pair of SmartKnitKIDS Socks
Flip Video Camera
Back 2 School Scrapbook Kit
$100 Target Gift Card for all those Back to School Supplies
$50 Toys R Us Gift Card
To enter visit www.smartknitkids.com/backtoschool and fill out their entry form. Contestants can enter up to 4 times!
It’s a pretty neat giveaway, if I do say so myself. I wish I could enter, but it’s closed to ants. For complete rules and eligibility please visit www.smartknitkids.com/backtoschool.
Good Luck to everyone who enters!
Thursday, July 16, 2009
SmartKnitKIDS Seamless Socks are great. I know that you’re thinking I’m just a little, tiny bit biased, but they are good socks. They’re completely seamless. 100% totally seam-free and they gently hug your foot so you don’t have wrinkles or bunches in your sock. They’re great for kids who hate socks seams, have Sensory Processing Disorder or Autism. I love that about the socks; they help kids and that makes me smile. If you don’t believe me, that’s understandable so see what other Moms are saying.
I love my life as a spokesman. I think it would be dull otherwise. Talking to therapists, moms, and anyone else who will listen to my rantings is exciting and always changing. My life isn’t wholly about socks though. I spend much of my time with family and friends. I am also in the process of knitting the world’s biggest sock (ok, my life might be all about socks). I’ll keep everyone updated on its progression.
Well, I’m late for a photo shoot and have to ska-doodle, but I’ll be sure to find pictures of my giant sock!