His personality isn’t about what he might or might not do. It’s about who he is and he’s great.
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Autism Support Goes Both Ways
Helping him out isn’t just about us doing things for him. It’s also about teaching him to do things for us.
Autism Isn’t About Impossibilities
Yesterday’s impossibilities become today’s milestones before our very eyes. If you’re too busy worrying about tomorrow’s goals, you’ll miss them.
For Those Who Judge My Child’s Autism From Afar
Their “expertise”, or lack thereof, isn’t limited to autism and the families affected by it. They will also judge anything else they don’t know.
Teaching My Son To Not Steal Your French Fries
Just because we have what some might see as an “excuse” doesn’t mean he doesn’t need to learn.
I Want To Give My Non-Verbal Son Everything…But Shouldn’t
I struggle with this inner urge to spoil him rotten in lots of instances.
It’s OK That I Worried About My Son’s Autism
As they poke, prod, and check the charts, the doctors always remind you that you have “nothing to worry about.”
Sitting By His Side
This moment meant more to me than these words can even explain because it was a moment that, at one time, I didn’t think would ever be possible.
The Importance of Teaching Him Life Skills
For the first time in all our grocery outings, he was focused and tuned in to his surroundings. Rather than coming along for the ride, my boy was a willing co-pilot.
No One Knows Why He’s Limping
He did his usual strut across the front lawn on both his legs – even the crooked one that appeared ready to snap in half.
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