Today autism families are preparing for a family gathering. Some families are autism pro’s and will navigate with humor and wine. Some families are newbies that will drive in separate cars and won’t know how to respond to the twenty questions about their child that has autism. Then there are some families that won’t venture … More Thanksgiving Dinner With A Side of Autism
It might be the fact that I am turning 46 in February. Or it might be the fact that as I get older. I realize that little things make me smile. Our family does a gift exchange every year for Christmas. After the gift exchange mommy gave Harrison and Sydney two gifts to give me. … More Aluminum Foil and Ziploc Bags
I am very excited to host our 3rd Annual Family Christmas party next weekend. It makes me a little homesick and reminds me of Michigan. We hosted every holiday at our home. It just made it easier for Sydney to be included. As I prepare and clean up the house. Instantly, I started thinking that … More All I Want For Christmas
Growing up we never had a real Christmas tree. We always had an artificial tree and that is what I thought every family had at Christmas. Thanksgiving weekend was the time when we decorated the tree. Mommy always made all of the bows for the tree. And she still does today. You can imagine my … More Step Away From The Tree
Yesterday I was emotional. I wasn’t having a pity party or feeling depressed. I was crying tears of joys. I thank God every day, but yesterday was different. I was praising Him in advance. I think He heard me yesterday. We were supposed to be on the farm for dinner at three o’ clock. Well … More Code Red, This Is Not A Drill
Warning: This is long and has a spoiler alert about Santa. Over the weekend at our family meeting we talked about the upcoming holidays. My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. I’ll share that blog with you all next week. At our family meeting. I had to remind Harrison and Sydney that the elf is dead. I … More You Want To Know About Santa?