She’s prioritized on the same level he is – not above and not below.
He doesn’t have to ask, expect, or appreciate. I do it because I love him
It’s my responsibility to take responsibility when it’s my responsibility.
He may be non-verbal, but that doesn’t mean he’s non-social.
Her bewildered face appeared smaller and smaller in my rear-view. This was not a teachable moment.
There’s only 11 months left to Autism Awareness month.
The clapping, yelling, and jumping are just part of who we are. We not only endure it, we relish in it.
I want her to be a strong and caring member of the family. Days like that make me realize that she is.
My daughter, as the child without special needs, shouldn’t feel she has take care of him like it was her job.
We may struggle to help our children, but we never struggle to love them