I had to force myself to see the worst of him, even though I usually can only see the best.
When you truly accept anything as a possibility then everything is perfect.
He’ll get it. I know he will. He’s done it before. He’ll do it again.
Autism doesn’t make my son the best boy in the world. The fact that he’s mine makes him the best boy in the world.
When it comes to meetings like this, it’s about helping my child. I’m here for him.
I don’t want to live my life angry and, just because I have kids, it doesn’t mean I have to.
Yeah. He’s not gonna look. You can just take it.
I’m ready for anything. I’m not excited about it. I’m not looking to have long talks about it. But I am prepared for it.
Forever. No thought. Not even a question. All real parents would say the same.