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Welcome to Autism

I read a really helpful blog post a while back that highlighted the top 10 pieces of advice that a mother of an autistic child wished to pass on to parents with a newly diagnosed autistic child. My son was diagnosed just one month ago and I wanted to share my own top tips in […]

The post that starts with the quote that everyone thinks is by Dr. Seuss

“We’re all a little weird. And life is a little weird. And when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall into mutually satisfying weirdness—and call it love—true love.” -Robert Fulghum When some friends were helping my husband and I design our wedding invitations, this is the quote […]

Full-Time Jobs for Pre-School Children Because of Autism???

(This post is also published on the Autism Women’s Network page.) Long before the day we received a formal autism diagnosis, I already knew my daughter was autistic. I hadn’t picked it up at first – not because the signs weren’t there, because they were, but because I didn’t see anything problematic in those signs. […]

Losing My Way and Finding It Again

From birth, Charles has been a self-possessed, fiercely independent child with a lively sense of curiosity and a strong attachment to his family. I’ve always seen so much of myself in him and still do. He slept in bed with me and my husband Calvin for his first two years and beyond, and I enjoyed […]