This year my kids made a friend. “What’s the big deal?” some of you might be thinking. Well, the big deal is that making friends doesn’t come easily to them. And while they don’t seem to bothered by that, I worry about it sometimes (umm…more than sometimes), though I don’t burden them with my […]
Strangers saying they’re sorry when they hear my children are autistic. Acquaintances telling me what a good parent I am just because I love and accept my children. A society that is scared of my children because they move, communicate or experience the world differently.
He should sleep by himself. He should be medicated. He should be in school. He should eat more. He should be in a social skills group. He should spend less time on his iPad. He should know how to play alone. He should answer when spoken to. He should stop nursing. He should cry himself […]