Much like the Jonas Brothers’ smash summer hit,
lately the blondes have been feelin’ so COOL.
Their kids are back to school.
They’re stoked about their Season 2 debut.
But OOH, they still have to get to the dreaded carpool.
Dammit, they WERE feelin’ so cool, cool, cool, cool (they’re fools).
Listen to alllll the foolishness as the blondes recap their South Florida days of summer and kick their boys to the school curb.
It’s back to pencils, back to books, back to podcasts and autism too.
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We have more daddy issues than Vanidades.
What happens when you put two autism dads who couldn’t be more different in the same room with two rubias and a bottle (or more) of bubbly? You laugh. You cry. You meet the South Florida Disorderly Blondes’ sugar daddies, better known as the husbands.
These papas don’t preach, but their perspectives on all things autism had even the blondes at a loss for words. As if!
The dads tackle the tough questions, and offer advice to others in their “man-cletas.”
Ready? Set? Dale! Read More
MOOve over autism awareness (such a MOOt conversation!).
Have you not HERD?
The Town of Miami Lakes is lassoing its best and brightest, corralling MOOcho effort into “branding” itself a model, autism-friendly town.
Steered by rare breeds Mayor Manny Cid and Councilmembers Marilyn Ruano & Luis Collazo, the “range” of this town’s plan will make special needs families feel right at home: no bull! Read More
Move over Oprah (and certainly Ariana Grande, pfft), cuz we’ll splurge on (and happily share) anything that makes our kids’ lives (okay who are we kidding?)- OUR LIVES easier!
Shout out to Ariana tho, cuz we don’t mean to brag, but we be like, “Put in in the bag,” when it comes to sanity products we feature in this season’s Favorite Things episode.
Autism. South Florida. Motherhood. Read More
Everything is A-OK at this autism corral! The Disorderly Blondes are shooting first and asking questions later as their very first guest enters, guns a-blazin’! High caliber advocate Ysela aims to please as she discusses her role as an educational consultant. Her mission (if you choose to accept it) is to keep special needs families… Read More