It’s how you handle things after they don’t turn out as you expected that really defines you.
I'm James Guttman, father of two children. One non-verbal with autism and one non stop verbal with attitude. New Posts: Every Monday and Wednesday
The Things My Kid Has Put In His Mouth
From sushi to Skittles, my kid loves it all.
I’m Sorry My Son Drank Your Coffee
An insatiable appetite, nonverbal autism, and surprising cat-like agility,
People’s Reactions When They Learn My Son Has Autism
It’s offensive, but not offensive, but incredibly offensive, but innocent.
45 Pieces Of Dad Advice For The Children
Under-promise and overdeliver.
When You’re First To Spot Autism’s Early Signs
I endured the rest of the class in stunned silence and never came back.
When People Don’t Say “Hello” To My Non-Verbal Child
To not do so is to not treat my son like a human.
When Just Being A Person Is Harder Than Being A Parent
Being a dad is tough, but being a human is often tougher.
Teaching My Non-Verbal Son That His Sister’s There For Him Too
I’ll never put demands on either of them. Love and family aren’t about demands.
My Son With Autism Might Hate Your Party, But Please Invite Us Anyway
The key to everything is repetition.
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