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Recently, I’ve had the incredible fortune to be signed on to contribute regularly to the Hopeful Parents community. Today is the day that my very first post has been published on their website. Come on over and sit for a … Continue reading
A montage of autism This is my family’s autism. ***************************** Technology can open up doors you weren’t sure you’d ever open. iPhones, iPods, iPads. We purchased an iPod touch on a whim for Jonas. We downloaded some apps. Within weeks … Continue reading
Today, I will be boasting, I assure you, but first, let me finish telling you about the iPod because it leads into the boasting. Jonas’ iPod is an incredible tool. It has truly facilitated his linguistic explosion, in conjunction with … Continue reading