This 2016 post was the first time I had written about my son’s autism.
Just because someone is verbal, doesn’t mean they should speak.
It doesn’t mean I let her do anything she wants. In fact, it’s the opposite.
It wasn’t me, as much as I want to pretend it is.
I’m his father. I view him through the rosiest glasses of all.
My boy is happy. He expresses it every day.
The worst moments of our lives haven’t happened yet, but the best moments haven’t either.
The moment we stepped outside, he lost it.
Hi, Blog. I’m grateful.
My special needs son has a sister whose point of view helps him grow in all the right ways.