If you have autistic kids you probably know the location of every McDonalds within a twenty mile radius of your house.
Maybe you’re an expert at making a meal out of only white foods or your pantry is stocked high with a particular type of cracker. You’re tired of throwing away uneaten meals, and if you see one more article about how many serves of vegetables your kids need in a day you’re going to scream.
|A rare sighting of the spontaneous hug|
Parenting kids with special needs can be tough.
There are good days, bad days and just-can’t-make-it-another-day days.
But while you may not have a whole lotta control over which kind of day you’re going to have, you do have control over how you remember it.
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On the last day of school I had shoved it into a box in the garage because I was so completely traumatized by anything with the word 'school' on it, and the garage is where things go to be forgotten.
It's a good thing I did, because putting some distance between us and the school meant that reading through the file this week only made my heckles go up to 3 instead of 11.
- ▼ October (6)