Category Archives: Autism

Mainly focusing on my oldest son Hezekiah and what we find helpful.

Take Advice

One thing I found out about myself after having a kid on the spectrum is how resistant I was to advice. I found I wasn’t alone, when I interacted with other parents in general especially of special needs kids. My … Continue reading

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Intro to Youtube page

Here is the intro to my youtube channel which I will be dedicating to things that have helped us raise my autistic son and also my a typical son. A summary of each video will go here if you can’t … Continue reading

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Hezzy and styrofoam

Another hot tip from a parent with a kid on the spectrum. Hide your styrofoam well.

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A cracked pot makes for a scenic journey

The story of the cracked pot is a cool one when its not your story. When you feel like your the cracked pot its sometimes easy to focus on all the negative things in your life and loose site of … Continue reading

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Providence

Every time I see God’s providence through our prayers, it’s so emotional. Every night Andrew and I pray over Hezekiah in bed. We ask for God to help him communicate, talk, and understand more. I used to think that “I” … Continue reading

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Should they stay or should they go

Every parent asks the question but it is always in the forefront of a parent with a special needs child. How do you decide when to take your kiddo that may brake dance, scream or interact with people. Every kid … Continue reading

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Monsters talk

It’s never fun climbing those hills in our lives but it’s always worth it. “Monsters Talk” by John Mark McMillan “There can be 2 sides to the reality that we live in. The first reality is that life is hard, … Continue reading

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