Not the “Autism Awareness” where you are aware of what Autism is.
Autism or not, sing to your kids. Even if you, like me, never sing for anyone else, do it for them.
The negatives that are always so bright in our faces can usually overpower the positives that they create.
He smiles big and I can see that he knows it’s special. He knows it’s for him.
In a world where everyone is striving to fit in, any small difference for your kid can be concerning.
These seemingly “ruined” photos used to cause me grief. Now, I see them for what they truly are…
I tried not to view this proud moment as an opportunity for a future let down due to misplaced expectations.
No one really said anything for a moment. They didn’t need to.
They don’t make bumper stickers that say, “My Child Didn’t Break My Daughter’s Barbie House Today”
He’s my son. I made him. He’s a part of me. Any good I do for him, I do for myself.