Last weekend I had the privilege to attend the Speech-Language Hearing Association of Virginia (SHAV) conference in Richmond. It was an incredible experience and I was able to be a part of it as a graduate student! I had the opportunity to hear multiple speakers talk about fascinating subjects. I heard Caley O’Connor speak about feeding therapy for babies. She explained which children should receive therapy, who should not, and who is on the border of needing therapy. I also had the opportunity to hear Robin Morlier speak about the assessment and intervention of bilingual children, focusing mainly on Spanish speaking children. Many audience members also chimed in which made the session that much more engaging. It was a wonderful and educational experience. I was happy to be able to share in the experience with my friends from my CSDS graduate program. This was my first conference and it was a great one to start off!