Is your child sensitive to or overwhelmed by different sensory inputs? Do they seek out sensory stimulation throughout the day? Has a therapist or other professional suggested your child would benefit from fidgets, weighted clothing, or other sensory soothing tools?



This book includes instructions for more than 30 projects. They range from simple tools that can be assembled in minutes to weekend endeavors where you can invest your time and love. The book also includes information about each sensory system and ways to modify the projects to meet individual needs.

Friday, April 17, 2015

In need of a deadline

Originally posted March 13, 2014

So, the pattern book. I've mentioned it here before and I'm still plugging away but I'm starting to see why traditional publishing is good. Deadlines! I've gotten to a point where it feels possible to put together all the parts for a book--heck, lots of it is written--but now it's just the slog of getting all the details written for all the patterns, re-taking a lot of photos, doing the layouts and just generally doing. the. work.

Each Friday I try to have coffee with two good friends and we've created something of an accountability group. Each meeting we set a goal for the week and then we check in with each other. This week my goal is a big one--to finish writing up all the patterns I have partially done. Then put them into a nice, laied out format. Wish me luck.
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