GGEAP DAYS

I love GGEAP days. They make me smile. Big time. Ever since last year when Samuel was in kindergarten, he began to get creative with his answer to the age-old parental question, “How was school today?” At first it was, “Good.” He never could...

My Favorite Kind of Autism

Parents all over the world from every generation have shared in the high privilege of sharing in one particular delight with their children. In the beginning, an infant may first show affection and acknowlegment of a familiar face or voice by locking eyes and grinning...

Another Door Closed

“Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds” You may recognize these words from the unofficial creed of the postal service. Yet when contemplating the struggles we face as...

Now You See It, Now You Don't

The last post I wrote was describing all the hassle I was going through to get insurance funding figured out for Samuel’s therapies. This was prompted by a few months worth of progressively worse behavior – meltdowns, tantrums, etc. It wasn’t that...

Now You See It, Now You Don’t

The last post I wrote was describing all the hassle I was going through to get insurance funding figured out for Samuel’s therapies. This was prompted by a few months worth of progressively worse behavior – meltdowns, tantrums, etc. It wasn’t that...