About This Mom & Her Son

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Bonnie Harris Price

About me 

I’m a motivational blogger and freelance writer for hire. I specialize in guest blogging on momtrepreneur sites, email marketing, landing pages, and copywriting. I started homeschooling my son so he can learn at his own pace without the pressure of trying to fit into this one size fits all educational systems we’ve created.


  • Entrepreneurship 
  • Parenting 
  • Self-improvement 
  • Insurance-Dental 
  • Relationships 
  • Workplace practices 
  • Content marketing 
  • Homeschooling 
  • ADHD 

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Welcome to ADHDhomeschooled.com That cute guy in the picture is my six-year-old son Keith.  Keith is a miracle baby.

I was 40 years old, a breast cancer survivor with a spotty fertility history. I have a 21-year-old daughter from a previous relationship. My sweet surprise came into this world at 27 weeks and 4 days.

After spending 3 months in the NICU, then spending almost 6 months attached to an oxygen tank, he was free to be a normal toddler. Aside from a few allergies, he was a regular kid. And a handful!

I started to notice that Keith was super energetic. I know, not entirely surprising as most toddlers are a one person wrecking machine. My husband and I took all the precautions to secure the house, but he was unstoppable.

Keith has an extreme lack of focus. His sense of danger is nonexistent. My husband and I tag team efforts to keep his focus on something for more than a minute was wearing us down.

I used to work in the juvenile justice system so I had some experience with children with behavioral problems. My older daughter experienced behavioral issues in elementary and middle school. She was diagnosed with ADHD/ODD at age eight.

I didn’t want to believe this about my three-year-old, but the signs were already there. After a brief denial period, we had him tested. My suspicions were confirmed.

My son Keith has ADHD. This website is dedicated to him and families around the world who are living with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and other neurological disorders.