Just think about it, when your walking through the grocery store, and you see a child throwing the massive tantrum down the aisle, enough to make you turn around a go down another. Or your at the restaurant and their is a child crying at the table and throwing their plate. Or even at school. Everyone is staring and the mother or father apologizes and says those famous words, “We’re sorry, he/she has autism”
So exciting news to share today! Upon waking up and getting ready to celebrate Kelli’s birthday today, we had an email stating that our website made the Top 50 Autism Blogs on Feedspot! Such an honor to be listed among some of the greats that are on this list.
We have reached over 500 visitors and over 1300 views, so we decided to make post 30 some autism statistical data. Fun right? Some may shock you though.
The first year of marriage is a struggle, especially in a military family. Between moving, training, and deploying, it seems as though there is never enough time to spend with each other.
How does technology and autism go together? Well different aspects are important to understand. Does it benefit, or does it make it worse? For us, technology is a blessing and a disaster.