Month: April 2019

Our Experience With The Ronald McDonald House

There are doctors everywhere, decisions to be made without time for consideration, and one of your precious child’s life on the line. There is no way for anyone to be prepared for such a task, yet you are forced to be in this position. It’s up to you, and every decision has a consequence.

Our Two Cents With Autism and the Beach

Everyone wants to go to the beach, but when you have a child with autism, this may be challenging. No fear, we have some answers here. Autism and the Beach

Autism and Being Outside

Autism and Being Outside

How can you make it fun for your child outside while staying safe. What tips do you have?

Carter Gets Pie In Face For #piece4autism Campaign

Carter gets pied in the face for raising money for the National Autism Association.

Carter and Kinley Playing Egged On

Playing a little bit of egged on, nothing like a little fun with Mario and water.

Church and Autism

Church and Autsim

Many parents understand how difficult it can be to find the right church for their kids, especially with ones that do not offer Sunday School or youth programs during services. Does Church and Autism mix though? This was our challenge.

Busch Gardens and Escape From Pompeii (Autism Style)

Sometimes they have to take a chance, and see how it goes. When you have a child with autism, you never know what the outcome will be. So jump in, and prepare to get wet.

Autism and The Movie Theater

Movies and Autism

For years, going to the movies was a non-existing part of our lives. Carter would talk loud or have a meltdown from something that didn’t like. He would get bored or scared, or even not walk into the theater at all. This is what we learned!

So You’re Told Your Child Has Autism

Let’s just cut to the chase, when you’re preparing to welcome a child into your world, one of the steps on the checklist usually does not consist of your child having Autism. So now what?