Tips for the ADHD Child to Survive YOUR Parenting

God has such an incredible sense of humor.  He gave me, the ultra type A slightly OCD mom, an ADHD child to nurture to adulthood.  Somehow, he will survive me; I have faith.

Wednesday of this week I will start a monthly series on the hilarity of our mostly-inept parenting of my ADHD son, Clark, who manages to keep it all together despite us.

In the meantime, comment or email me your best ADHD survival stories and enjoy these links:

2 Responses to “Tips for the ADHD Child to Survive YOUR Parenting”
  1. Pamela says:

    These were comments made to the original posting of on the predecessor blog:


    sadiesmom said…

    I just found you on twitter. I didn’t know there were other Slightly OCD moms raising ADHD children. It is an experience to say the least! I’ll be thinking up survival stories for you today and you are welocme to check out my blog about raising my 6 year old daughter who is extremly ADHD….right now recovering from her second concussion! I look forward to checking out your blog!
    March 22, 2010 11:46 AM
    Pamelot said…

    Sadiesmom: Thanks for visiting and commenting. I will go look for your blog.
    March 23, 2010 5:41 PM

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