It’s not even five in the morning. Let the games begin.
Tag: autism discipline
Isn’t Raising A Special Needs Child Hard?
Then again, it’s hard being a parent at all. Actually it’s hard just being alive sometimes.
My Son Was Wearing Pants When We Got Here
It’s times like this when I’m forced to bare witness to the barest of witnesses.
How I Trust People With My Non-Verbal Child
Defending the home team isn’t just about the people who live in your actual home. It’s about the people who live in your heart.
Suddenly He’s Exhausted
He’s my guy, so of course, I give in…momentarily.
Don’t Let Them Make You Angry
This wasn’t a debate or disagreement. This was performance art.
A 15 Minute Day Of Fun
An early end to a wonderful day is better than a late end to a miserable one.
A Note To The Rude, Bitter, and Broken
Some of the most beautiful human beings I have ever met have told me horror stories about interactions with some of the vilest individuals out there.
Teaching My Non-Verbal Son About Danger
As his dad, I’ve winced in worry through the years when he would dash away down the block, pull his TV off the nightstand, or try to submerge his face in the bathtub. Him? He’s cool.
Cleaning Up The Crash Scene
Lucas marches to the beat of his own drummer. And that drummer is Dave Grohl in Nirvana smashing his drums into oblivion every morning.
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