6 Best Cast Iron Cookware for Everyday Cooking

I complete most of my baking and cooking in cast iron pans. Cast iron cooking became a priority as a way to address my child’s diet-based iron deficiency symptoms¬†related to autism sensory sensitivities to food. CLICK HERE to read about the benefits of cast iron cooking. Cast iron heats and cooks food evenly. CLICK HERE […]

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The Top Benefits of Cast iron cookware, learn with emily dot com

The Benefits of Cast Iron Cookware

Since researching and finding ways to get more iron in a limited diet due to sensory sensitivities, I have started using more cast iron in my cooking. CLICK HERE to read my original post about the symptoms and treatment options for a diet-related iron deficiency. The benefits of cast iron cookware, a naturally non-stick product […]

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Support a Child in Potty Training: Toilet Training Tips for children with and without sensory sensitivities, learn with emily dot com

Support a Child in Potty Training: Toilet Training Tips for Children With and Without Sensory Sensitivities

Most typically developing children are ready and able to potty train sometime between 2 1/2 and 3 years of age. If you wait until a child is ready, they will likely potty train themselves over a few days. This has been my experience with most of my own children. There are things you can do […]

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A review of twig and Tale's wild things shoe pattern, learn with emily dot com

A Review of Twig and Tale’s Wild Things Shoe Pattern

I am always on the search for footwear for my autistic children that will be tolerated. Sensory sensitivities make shoe shopping especially difficult for some of my children. I recently bought the Twig and Tale Wild Things Shoe Pattern and am very pleased with the results. Pattern Overview Twig and Tale has 2 shoe patterns. […]

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