Tag Archives: autism

Transitioning From Mommy to Mom

I’m a parent. Been one for over 16 years now, but this whole parenting thing is tricky business. How do you transition your parenting duties from childhood to adulthood? We spend years getting our kids ready for the day, feeding … Continue reading

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The Young Man He Is and Isn’t

I was looking at my son the other night and saw him. I imagined him without Autism and the learning delays that come with it. I thought of all the things that an average sixteen year old boy would be … Continue reading

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Tobacco Sauce Anyone? – One-Liner Wednesday

“Mom, can I have tobacco sauce on my sandwich?” ~ my son “Umm…how about Tabasco sauce instead?” –  This post is for One-Liner Wednesday, hosted by LindaGHill.

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Be Authentic – Lesson From My Autistic Son

My son is who he is, never pretends to be anyone he’s not, and never fakes a smile. He doesn’t laugh at jokes that are not funny, nor does he lie to make others happy. He doesn’t befriend someone out … Continue reading

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