Amanda Khatib

Amanda grew up moving around central Massachusetts but eventually settle down in Milford. She and her husband Mohamed have been happily married since 2015. The two share an adorable son named Desmond (2018) who has nonverbal autism. Amanda loves to try out new recipes and explore gluten free baking. When she's not busy being a stay-at-home mom, she can be found working in her garden, puzzling, staying active or spending time with family and friends.

Christmas Movies For The Entire Family

Christmas time is here! A time when we all gather together in joy and happiness. This season brings us those warm fuzzy feelings that only come with this special time of year. Snow days...

Holiday Gift Guide For A Sensory-Seeking Child

It's the most wonderful time of the year! The festive season is officially in full swing giving us all that yuletide spirit. The holidays are filled with family, traditions, and oh so much shopping....

Prioritize Yourself During Motherhood

Motherhood is a 24-hour-a-day, 365 days a year always on the clock job. Between middle-of-the-night feedings in those early days to phone calls from the school nurse that your kid is running a fever,...

Toddler Friendly Halloween Movies

Halloween. It's the one time of year when we're on the search for fear. The horror film genre is filled with such a wide variety of dark and ominous topics. Finding something that will...

You’re Not Alone in Your Health Struggles

Your health equals wealth. This fact rings true for people of all ages. However, some of us aren't so lucky in this department. Life comes with its own set of challenges when you're sick,...

Date Your Spouse Without Leaving Your Home

We all know that once we become parents, trying to find the time to date your spouse gets pushed to the back burner. Let's face it, nothing is easy anymore, but trying to go...

You’re the Expert on Your Child – Learning to Trust Yourself

When it comes to our children, we need to trust that we are the expert because we know them the best! Every whine, every laugh, every cry has a distinct meaning. We, as their...

Potty Training on the Spectrum

When I became a mother there was one task that scared me more than the rest - potty training. So, when my son got his diagnosis of severe nonverbal autism, this only heightened my...