In episode 1 of A Day In The Life Of Carter, we showcase an experience we had recently with Carter man and our new neighbor.
So is this backsliding that is caused from a change in atmosphere, with Carter needing to adjust to his new routine? Can these behaviors be defined as growing pains within Tennessee? We are not sure yet, but we are interested in finding out what the outcome will be.
What a ride! Christmas is on the way, only 6 days till Santa rides his sleigh. Here at the #tumor2autism family, we have been going non-stop for what feels like … Continue reading Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
We love an excuse to make more food, which tends to be appetizers, grilling, or country boils. Today we decided to make some indoor Game Day Snacks S’mores.
The mission of the Toys for Tots program is to collect new, unwrapped toys during October, November and December each year, and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to needy children
From One Battle to Another by Jeffrey Sabins, The War Horse November 13, 2019 I need to share a secret. There’s something I miss on long drives to work and … Continue reading From One Battle To Another
Time for honesty, having children while being a Marine is difficult. Moving, changing friends, schools, everything is just plain difficult. Now take your child, your sweet little boy, and add … Continue reading Autism and The Marine Corps, 5 Tips You Need
So we had No Kids For Two Days!!! What was are anticipation versus the reality of the overall experience, click on the article and find out!
We are ten days away from Halloween, so in our house the excitement is starting to rise. Everyone loves this day here, especially Carter man. He has us taking him to a variety of costume stores roughly
Had the absolute honor of being a guest on Nate Eckman’s podcast called Resilient Us. On this episode, we discussed a few important facets to our life here at Tumor 2 Autism. An emotional charged episode, we talked about the day Carter’s brain tumor was found, his current life dealing with the repercussions of that tumor and his diagnoses with autism, and how our family deals with those challenges daily.
The action scenes (of which there are plenty) are clearly written from the perspective of one who has seen action himself and this lends realism and veracity to the carnage that is war, especially war waged close up against a determined and driven foe.
Marines with U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command, Headquarters and Support Battalion, conduct a battalion physical training event on Camp Elmore, Norfolk, VA, Sept. 19, 2019. The high intensity physical training was conducted as a farewell to Gunnery Sgt. Jeffery Sabins, to execute realistic training, and boost unit morale.
We have moved folks, we are now in TENNESSEE!!!