Caitlyn Viviano

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Caitlyn is a Florida native, but now home is wherever the Air Force sends them. She resides in NE Columbia with her husband Josh, daughter Chloe, and sons Daniel and Levi. They also have a spoiled yellow lab named Zoe. Caitlyn holds a B.A. in Rehabilitation Services/Psychology and a Masters in School Counseling with an urban focus. Before kids she loved her work as a school counselor in Title 1 elementary schools. Now as a stay at home mom Caitlyn enjoys spreading autism awareness through writing, baking, and chasing after three kids while drinking large amounts of coffee.

Celebrating and Recognizing the Struggles of Military Children

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  It is no secret that military men and women sacrifice a tremendous amount for our country and our freedom. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, National Guard, and the Space Force all have...

What Love REALLY Means

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My daughter loves Valentine's Day. She loves choosing the perfect cards to hand out to her classmates. She loves watching the special Valentine's Day episodes of her favorite shows. She loves baking Valentine's Day...

A Word for 2021

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I have heard a lot of talk about choosing a word for the New Year instead of a traditional resolution. This word can help create a mantra for the year. The more I thought about...

5 Ways to Get Into the Christmas Spirit

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After this stressful year, I feel immense pressure to make the holiday season extra magical for my children. They have endured so much in 2020, and have been troopers through all the ups and...

The Thankful Jar

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You've heard it said before, “Always be grateful for what you have.” This year I have found myself needing to be very intentional when it comes to gratitude and thankfulness. I know despite a global...

How To Help Your Children Navigate These Uncertain Times

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This year has been the year of unexpected twists, turns, and chaos. Every month seems to bring a new challenge to add to the long list of reasons we are all done with 2020...

Tips for Pumping Success

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Yesterday I found myself in the dairy section of the grocery store admiring all the milk and milk alternatives available. My third child turns one next week and we will slowly begin the transition...

The Last Month of Babyhood

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There’s no denying my love for babies; their sweet smell, chubby cheeks, chunky thighs, and adorable babbling. The way their face lights up when they see a parent. The way they snuggle on your...

The Joy a Middle Child Brings

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Sometimes it’s hard to be sandwiched in between two siblings who both require a significant amount of time and attention in completely different ways. During a normal school year, the oldest needs to be out...

Siblings in Quarantine

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We can all agree there is a lot of stress, emotions, and frustrations surrounding this COVID-19 virus and quarantine. The loss of jobs, distance learning, working from home while trying to parent small children; it...

A Thank You to Our Teachers

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During these uncertain and difficult times, we all have fears and concerns racing through our minds on a daily basis. How long will this quarantine last? Will my family members get sick? Are my...

Our Cranial Helmet Journey

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When my third child, Levi, was born, I pretty much knew what to expect during the newborn stage. I was no rookie at this point and was all too familiar with engorgement, sleepless nights,...

Maybe This Will Be The Year I Finally Get Organized!

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December was a whirlwind of chaos and busyness unlike any other month of the year. Now that the magic of the holidays is over and the dust is beginning to settle, I am left...

How You Can Support a Special Needs Family This Holiday Season

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The holidays are said to be the most joyous time of the year. Unfortunately for some special needs families, they can be the most stressful and frustrating time as well. Many children with special needs...