Submitted By: Sara York
The Honest Company passionately believes in creating effective and unquestionably safe, eco-friendly, beautiful, convenient, and affordable products for babies and homes.
Sara’s Comments to the Honest Company:
“I just felt compelled to write a thank you to The Honest Company for everything you have done for us. July 1st this year my sweet little daughter was [...]
LOTS of Rett Girls are styling with infinity scarves as opposed to bibs – check out this quick tutorial on how to make your own from a t-shirt!
SquIDs (Square IDs) are a new kind of medical ID that connects to an online medical profile and alerts emergency contacts.
Medical professionals can access your medical information by either:
Scanning the QR bar code with any mobile device
Going to the website address written on the back of the SquID
Then the following happens:
Emergency contacts are optionally alerted via text [...]
Does your Rett Girl have trouble cooling off in the hot weather? Try this awesome DIY cool off necklace!
SpecialGlobe is an online community, and content rich resource, designed to empower special needs families to explore the world. We hope to create long lasting memories for your family by providing you with the knowledge and tools you need to build a customized experience for your specific family travel needs. We will also educate the [...]
Easy to make DIY trunk organizer to make room for a wheelchair.
Nosefrida The Snotsucker, the doctor-developed and doctor-recommended nasal aspirator is the new standard in keeping babies naturally snot free. Ingeniously simple Swedish design features a tube that is placed against the nostril (not inside). Parents use their own suction to draw mucus out of their child’s nose. Disposable filters prevent any bacterial transfer. Nosefrida is [...]
Submitted By Ingrid Harding:
“Sarah’s teacher just had these installed in the classroom and they said it has made a HUGE difference for Sarah and the other children too! It has made everyone (including the teachers!) calmer and more focused.”
Submitted By: Tanis Anderson
The benefit of DoTerrra is that they are certified pure grade oils which means they are the most pure without fillers and most of them can actually be taken internally if needed. Most oils from health foods stores have fillers and other things put in them. That way they can sell them [...]
We started adding Himalayan Salt to my daughters baths and her skin has never looked so good. She had small patches of eczema that are now totally cleared up and it was very easy to just sprinkle a few tsps of salt into her bath. We also started using Himalayan salt instead of table salt [...]
Submitted By: Jen Dalton
These butterfly lights are perfect for decorating your Rett Girl’s room!
This is such a cute AND practical bib! It’s completely full coverage so you can save your Rett Girls clothes! Click on the link for the full DIY tutorial!
Lightweight and durable, the popular Shoe ID can be laser engraved with your emergency contact information. You can simply strap this sexy little fella on your running, walking or cycling shoe. Then, enjoy the peace of mind that comes with having ID every time you step out the door. It’s made of durable stainless steel and attaches [...]
Who wouldn’t love having a bunch of different kids medical alert bracelets for each day of the week? We’ve made it quick and easy to slide the medical ID tag off one band and onto another. In seconds, kids have a cool new look! They’ll love wearing these special medical bracelets for kids.
Simply order a bracelet complete [...]
Have you ever been so busy that you wished you had another hand? Then this is perfect!
Baby Bottle holder
Sippy cup holder
Hands free feeding
Twin Feeding, Multiples
Wanted to share Avery DIY shower chair with everyone. It’s awesome to have macguyver at home! He cut the ends off the plastic chair. Made a PVC base and screwed the legs to the chair and then used a heat gun to shape the legs to take the pressure off. I use the green stretch [...]
The Caregiver Survival Network is designed to be a free social network, dedicated solely to the welfare of caregivers : The Invisible Patients. Our goal is to become the premier center for finding resources, sharing experiences, developing personal networks and learning ways to minimize and cope with caregiver stress. Our code is to provide services [...]
For a basic sensory bag, all you have to do is 1) open a plastic bag, 2) squeeze in some cheap hair gel and 3) drop some small items in the bag. That’s it! You can reinforce the zipper seal with some packing tape for added security. The dollar store will be your best friend [...]
Submitted By: Maggie Wurm
Order through Amazon coin protectors cut the 6 squares out from the middle and print boardmaker symbols from home or from school. (print wallet size) I did it and it was very easy. And for less than 10 bucks, you can have 20 different pages made. We placed ours in a three ring [...]
Submitted by : Maggie Wurm
recycle an empty packing tape tube adding foam shapes and turn into a wheel to stamp whatever that is in the imagination of your kids!