What followed was a ten minute game of angry Twister that left us with an awful haircut and an even more awful memory.
Let Your Princess Grow Up
It seems like from the moment I became the father of a girl, there has been a concerted effort by the world to make me realize that she would one day grow up and move on.
A Lifetime Memory For Less Than $30
I wanted this to be a memory she kept forever. Luckily, there was an option that I had never even considered.
Why I Say “Bless You” When My Non-Verbal Son Sneezes
Lucas may be able to recognize some words and directions but, as a non-verbal five year old, the concept of “bless you” isn’t one of them.
The Jane Goodall Reading Fort
The memories that matter to our kids, not to us, are the ones that make a difference
Why Does Autism Make Him Do That?
Today, I ask that same question in a very different way.
My Only Regret
For a good five hours on December 13, 2012, I was convinced I was going to die.
The Awkward Silence
All eyes are on you to end it as soon as you can. It’s a moment that every special needs parent has dealt with.
The Snowflakes Are Tougher Than We Were
Toughness doesn’t mean that you fight against people. It means you fight for people.
We’re Not Superheroes
So please join me here as I look at my life as a proud father and husband. Just don’t pretend like I’m doing something that most people wouldn’t.