• The Wild Ones

    Some kids are just mischievous. Wild. Busy. Exasperating. They see a puddle and have to jump in it. A glass of water and have to dump it. A counter and… Read More

  • The Gift of Sight

    One of the unforeseen blessings in the world of autism is the gift of sight. I get to see who the good guys are. The people who see him, really… Read More

  • I Don’t Want it to be the Last Time

    My sweet baby will be 5 weeks old tomorrow. I am right in the thick of it…the hard season of no sleep and around the clock nursing. She’s leaping as… Read More

  • Going Fishing

    Our goal this summer is to do stuff. Yup. You read that right. We want to try new activities with our kids as a family. For so long, Coops was… Read More

  • Congratulations Dylan!

    Congratulations to my nephew Dylan on his graduation from high school! We are so proud of you! We definitely spread all of the autism awareness at the party. Cooper did… Read More

  • Putting on Our Brave Hats

    Wish us luck! We are headed on our first big outing as a family to six! We are headed to Wisconsin to celebrate my nephew’s graduation. Cooper has never been… Read More

  • The Witching Hour

    Unpopular opinion. I hate grilling. I mean, I love all the food that comes off of said grill, but I hate that at our families most stressful time my husband… Read More

  • Better Full Than Empty

    We are slowly, gingerly, timidly, starting to venture out as a family of six. We are cautious though. See, our oldest needs two of us to help him be successful.… Read More

  • Just See Him

    People ask me all the time how they can help. Kind people. Loving people. Strangers. Friends. Family. People on this page. I speak about that out of control feeling that… Read More

  • Pictures in My Mind

    When you become a parent, and probably even before, you imagine your child’s life. You imagine your own. You have this picture in your head of what it will look… Read More

  • A Beautiful Night for Baseball

    It was a beautiful night for some baseball! Week number two and I’m still blown away by this kid’s progress. Batting, fielding, base running, hugging, and giving high fives. All… Read More

  • Harbor’s New Bike

    As parents, we want to remember everything. Especially the adorable and funny. So here goes… A few days ago we bought our two year old a balance bike from Strider… Read More

  • Happy Father’s Day Jamie

    Happy Father’s Day to this guy. I’m sure he will second my statement of…’four kids? How did this happen?’ And yet here we are. Four weeks into an adventure like… Read More

  • Ask About Anxiety

    My sweet boy, This morning we had some alone time. You peeked around the staircase at 5 am and when you saw me open one eye you smiled and waved.… Read More

  • Home From Grandma’s

    Cooper adores going to his grandparent’s house. He can hardly wait to get there and typically gives me a quick wave when it’s time for me to go. He likes… Read More

  • My Greatest Gift to This World

    My Son, I’ve been awake a lot the last 3 weeks and that has given me a lot of time to think. You wouldn’t believe the clarity that comes at… Read More

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