Casey Swindler

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Casey was born and raised in Peru, Illinois and moved to Pace in the summer of 2020. She is a Navy pilot wife, mama to three little boys, and a speech language pathologist. Her personal experience with the field of speech pathology led her on her journey to pursue a Master of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology. She graduated from Florida State University’s distance learning program in 2018, all the while juggling deployments, a toddler climbing on her, and a newborn baby. She is currently putting work outside of the home on hold and blessed to stay at home with their 3 young boys, Callan (3), Benjamin (2), Kolbe (2 months). Her passion to educate and empower parents about all things speech, language, and literacy development inspired her to start a Facebook group called Building Bridges. When she’s not making snacks, you can find her hiking a trail with her boys and husband, Brandon, watching YouTube videos to learn how to grow herbs and vegetables, or drinking copious amounts of coffee. She is excited to combine her love for family and motherhood with her love for writing.

Parks & Playgrounds Guide

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Do you want to see all of the local parks that our area has to offer? Check out the wonderful parks and playgrounds in the Pensacola area below! Located on the grounds of the Vince...
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What You Need to Know About Ear Infections

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The American Speech and Hearing Association has dedicated May as “Better Speech and Hearing” month. To bring awareness to our children’s speech and hearing, I had a wonderful discussion with James M Coticchia, MD, a...

Young Heroes of the Home Front: How to Support a Military Child

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I am forever thankful for the acts of service and sacrifices the men and women of the armed forces make for you, and for me. I am also grateful for the families who hold...

The Most Important 9 Minutes

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Mother Teresa encourages us with her famous quote, “we can do small things with great love.” As a mother of three young children, this gives me hope. Hope that my efforts, no matter how small,...

Cultivating a Love for Read-Alouds in Your Home

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I am a wanna-be bookworm. I have a tendency to start the first chapter or two of a book, and never pick it up again because it didn't capture my attention. However, I desperately wanted...

A New Season for Love: Rethinking the 5 Love Languages

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Whether or not you go all out for Valentine’s Day with your spouse or partner, February can be an opportunity to focus on your marriage. One way to do this is by diving into...