Rescue Me-From Motherhood just for one day!

What happens at that very moment when you’re working or even resting and you hear from your child’s bedroom this loud squeal which indicates he needs something? I know he can’t tell me, so I guess at...

Outweighing the Bad for the Good!

I find it easy to fall prey to negative thinking for it brings anxiety, loss of energy and will certainly deprive you of the present moment. I spend hours and hours dwelling and being fearful of what might...

Autism and Seizures Robbed Me of Singing

An early winter morning in 2005 was a terrifying experience and the beginning of Justin’s fight with glucose levels dropping and seizures. I walked into the bedroom and he had a faint cry. I instantly knew...

Happy Friday Friends!

I think I got played yesterday by Justin. He woke up at 4 am crying as if he didn't feel well.... OH NO! I thought. Today is my birthday and I had a planned lunch date with my sister. Well, I guess Justin...

Staying Hopeful while Potty Training

At what age do you potty train?  I hear parents express their frustrations because their 2 year old has not mastered potty training within a week. I say to those parents try potty training an Autistic child....

My thoughts-but God’s Plan!

  Justin came into my life when I thought I had it going on and had my GPS mapped out. Idolizing my Gap clothing, dream boyfriend, job, car, and latest handbag were no more and I thought, “gee I didn’t...

Eating Habits with Autistic Children

      The difficulties of feeding an Autistic child are complicated. The tastes, smell and texture of foods are all part of sensory issues. Transitioning Justin from bottles to eating...