“My biggest dream is that he lives to enjoy life’s adventures and not be disappointed by the craziness of the world we live in today.” Camisha Vincent
We realize he is really growing up. I must admit that frightens me a little. Not everyone will be so understanding and patient with him as he gets older.
It’s funny when you first envision having children, you never think about your child having a disability. But when it happens and you start living a reality you never imagined, eventually you get to a place where you make peace with it all.
“I have to get them to learn as much as possible before I die. I have to leave them as self sufficient as possible. With each year there is less time.” Mayla Fevrier
I have quite a few amazing boys in my life who live on the spectrum. They are smart, serious, and very gifted.
Hey Y’all: I am supporting my beautiful blogging sister HangingWithMrsCooper in her effort to get the word out about Autism. Last night prominent buildings across North America and the world including the Empire State Building in New York City and the CN Tower in Toronto, Canada were lit up blue to raise awareness for autism […]