It’s our favorite trip. Other people might not get it, but we do.
Don’t let anyone heap guilt on you for the sake of their own ego.
I guess I’m supposed to be wiser now. After all, I’m 40.
As the parent to a child with Autism, it pulls me back to the early days of his life…
He smiles big and I can see that he knows it’s special. He knows it’s for him.
He’s my son. I made him. He’s a part of me. Any good I do for him, I do for myself.
It”s rare that I leave an interaction with him without smiling a little bit more than when I went in.
It’s an individual situation that sees individual advancements for individuals who have it. There are no generalities.
It’s part of parenting and doesn’t stop because my child has Autism.
Whether someone can respond in the traditional sense or not, it doesn’t affect the vital role that the people who love them play in their lives.