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Research Survey on Board/Card Games

So far, Peanut has discovered a love of Exploding Kittens, Don’t Step in It!, Uno, and traditional RPGs (ala Pathfinder and Dungeons & Dragons).  I would love to find more games that are adaptable and appropriate for his interests.  Maybe surveys like this … Continue reading

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A Disney Dream–Part Two

This past fall, we headed out to Halloween on the High Seas aboard the Disney Dream.  It was an absolutely magical experience that was surprisingly accessible for all of us.  For this trip, we had a VI child, Peanut, and … Continue reading

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A Disney Dream–Part One

This past fall, we headed out to Halloween on the High Seas aboard the Disney Dream.  It was an absolutely magical experience that was surprisingly accessible for all of us.  For this trip, we had a VI child, Peanut, and … Continue reading

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An adaptable game: The Sneaky Snacky Squirrel

The Sneaky Snacky Squirrel is a fun and easy game for two to four players. The bottom of the box is the game board; it’s designed to look like a colorful oak tree with the 3D acorn playing pieces scattered … Continue reading

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