Lately, I have been reflecting on how much time our family has spent at home over the past two years. It has become such a routine that we hadn’t noticed how much time actually went by when we avoided going out. Avoided placed where we would have to chase Ally or leave abruptly because of … Continue reading Our Home, the Bunker
There was a time when I told myself my daughter was just fussy.
I’m sure many of my fellow moms are having anxiety about what summer will bring.
So one morning in May, she woke up and searched for her iPad. But instead, she got a note from Santa’s Elf that they had taken it away. (Yes, I blamed the elves for her missing tablet).
It is an attention-seeking behavior. I ignored it. Because that is what you do when you are managing a child with autism
Is this a personality issue or is she a mean girl? Or does she lack empathy?
Based on the number of videos coming out this year, steps need to go into preventing these incidents from occurring, not just catching people. Once the damage is done, it is done!
10 things to remember after April
Seeing my husband be a father to a challenging child showed me that he could handle anything. It inspired me to be a better person.
And I find myself torn between wondering if she can help it or if she is doing it on purpose because she knows logically when we talk about these situations what is wrong, but she continuously does the wrong thing.