Skip to content

“תמה החודש דצמבר 2011 – ”בביתה

November 28, 2011

I think the idea of trying to hold it to one word a day works well.  I”m going to keep up with it as best as I can, especially as we come into the end of the year and dealing with family stuff on my end – Hanukah, my wife’s birthday (and my birthday shortly thereafter), New Year’s…

So I’m going back to the words that I want to know again.  This month’s theme is going to be ‘at home’.  There’s plenty of words I don’t know for things around the house or having to do with the house – and with many prior ones, it’s going to range a bit, to words I need for things around here.


Thanks for reading!


From → Word of the Day

Leave a Comment

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

Autism Mom

An autism blog sharing ideas, news, strategies and tools, and lessons-learned from one mom with one child and one experience on the autism spectrum


Many Teams. One Nation.

Cailyn's Dad

The story of a father's battle with his daughter's battle with Autism

My Least Favorite Child Today

A daily ranking of my children

Autism Odysseys

Life with 4 neuroexceptional kids.

Summer all year round12

#Summerallyearround #4PawsforAbility #4PawsforSummer #ServicePaws4Summer


Changing the Way We Think About Learning Differences

developing dad

fatherhood, family, life and love.

Carrie Cariello

Exploring the Colorful World of Autism

Mommy Catharsis

Writer, Autism Advocate

Autism Uncensored

Capturing our Autism Journey

Autism Awareness

Wish you could see the world through my eyes

Dad Enough

A dad, his son, and dealing with Autism

Candice Curry - W3

Your story could be the key that unlocks someone else's prison. Share your story


The journey with our daughter, Cara.

Language Boat

immersion language learning

Different, Not Less

My Daughter On The Autism Spectrum

%d bloggers like this: