Monthly Archives: February 2011

Guest Blogger: Having a Sibling on the Spectrum

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Feeling completely void of creativity and energy today I decided to hire a guest blogger.  He’s new to the blogging world but can talk up a storm.  He’s big-hearted, funny, and always center of attention.  Without further ado, let me welcome my eight-year-old son, Corbin, to the blogosphere. “Hi, I am Corbin and I take […]

Never Thought

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I never thought Brian wouldn’t have a bruise on his forehead from banging his head on the wall repeatedly throughout the day………….it’s now been three years since he has participated in self-injurious behaviors. I never thought I would get Brian to eat new foods when I changed his diet…………now he’s licking asparagus and eating hamburgers […]

Where were you when…

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Do you remember where you were when you heard about the attacks on 9/11?  I do.  Yet I don’t remember what I ate for breakfast today.  It’s crazy what your memory will store when there is a traumatic incident. Do you remember the day your child was diagnosed with autism?  Same thing. June 6, 2007. […]