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Monthly Archives: April 2011
A montage of autism. This is my family’s autism. ************* We do stuff. We go to museums and look at the patterns on kimonos. We get dressed up and have fancy dinners. We go to playgroups… and art classes… and … Continue reading
A montage of autism. This is my family’s autism. **************** Post-Worthy My two older nypical (to use John Elder Robison’s term) children make a lot of concessions for their brother. They concede in the quantity of Nick Jr. and Music … Continue reading
My girl is amazing. There was not one single person in that classroom this afternoon (which included her classmates, teacher, the principal, and another adult I didn’t recognize) that could not see how simply amazing my daughter is. She was … Continue reading
A montage of autism. This is my family’s autism. ******************** The Big Day So, today’s the big day that Sole has been preparing for. She is coming out of the ‘my brother has autism’ closet at school. I exaggerate, of course. … Continue reading
A montage of autism. This is my family’s autism. ********************* Intelligence is the Key A couple of months ago I shared a post detailing how incredibly intelligent my baby boy is. Before he began to communicate with gesturing and eventually … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: In honor of and I hope in contribution to the marketed “robust discussion” that will be taking place at the Autism Awareness event at the White House today, I am writing a post for the masses. It … Continue reading
A montage of autism. This is my family’s autism. Editor’s Note: My children were watching Chitty Chitty Bang Bang this morning as our Easter festivities commenced (read the tv was on and the movie happened to be playing while they … Continue reading
A montage of autism. This is my family’s autism. ********************* Hoppy Easter everyone! I tried to capture my littlest bunny adorned in the fabulous bunny ears that he made in preschool hopping. I couldn’t resist the cuteness potential, so I … Continue reading
A montage of autism. This is my family’s autism. ***************** We’ve Come So Far So, as I’m scrolling through photos for another post, I find myself unearthing video clips from when Jonas was very small. I’ve been watching them and … Continue reading