I pictured Ashton Kutcher running into her room and yelling, “We got you, Daddy! Ha! Your friend, God, set you up!”
My non-verbal son’s skill set stretches far beyond what any one person sees. It’s my job, as his advocate, to accept that.
My non-verbal boy can sling snark with the best of them. He just expresses it in more creative ways.
Cherish the time you have on Earth…or don’t. Whatever. Either way, your time here is limited.
I thought to myself, “Well, that was different. I guess that’s who I am now.”
“Hop up on the scale for me buddy.” That’s when the gates of hell open.
Stimming doesn’t give a child Autism. In fact, “stimming” isn’t even exclusive to Autism.
A voice in my head whispered, “Why did you do that? What do you know about babies?”
It’s like living in an Adam Sandler movie.
Kids aren’t all or nothing. Neither is Autism.