Today was a day! The only thing to do is to jump right in it and share the stories. You can make your own determination on how you think the day went.
An interesting concept in our household is how Carter does this switch we call the Autism Mad to Glad. He will go from being out of this world upset, packing … Continue reading Autism Mad to Glad, The Life of Carter
What a Bad Day Looks Like
Educating Students with Autism
The word “cure” in regards to autism is a controversial term, and often brings up a heated debate about what this word really means for autism. But, what about the word “recover”. Does this have its play in the language of autism treatment?
How To Help A Child With Autism Calm Down, and a story about how this effects us today.
What we really want to discuss, is real intimate friendships. The best friend, the one they look forward to seeing, the person they tell their secrets too. We also would like this person to be the same age as Carter, as he enjoys being around adults instead of children. Well, today was something that made us see that this is a possible scenario, and how sad it makes us.
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.
Do not feel guilty for wanting to take care of yourself just a little bit. you give your kids everything, but there can be nothing to give if there is nothing left. The judgmental people out there will call us bad parents. Haters are always going to hate, and until they stand in your exact shoes for just a moment, they will never understand.
There is plenty of discussion regarding support, awareness, and best approaches to making day to day life better. However, one key aspect is the other children in the house and how they react and take in the situation. For us, we have Miss Kinley, and what a true gem she is.