Posts Tagged 'Autism'

Different Speeds and Different Needs

Different Speeds and Different Needs Tagged with:

About six years our youngest son Colin was diagnosed with autism. Not the greatest day of lives. I remember sitting quietly in an austere office trying to make sense of this news. My mind leapt from thought to questions to ill-informed attempts at answers. Do we really have a disabled son? I could accept the diagnosis but not the idea my son was without abilities.  I asked myself what would this diagnosis mean for our family? Of course, I had no idea beyond fear or imagination; but I knew that our lives would be forever different. My mind buzzed like an annoying fly around the question: “What could I do to help him?”

Posted by guest Jan 10, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

25 Random Things About being a Mother of a Child with Autism

25 Random Things About being a Mother of a Child with Autism Tagged with:

1)      My husband and I planned on having our first child after two years of marriage. Matthew beat us by 2 months.

2)      I took Matthew on a job interview when he was eight weeks old because I couldn’t bear to leave him with a babysitter.

Posted by guest Dec 21, 2010 Posted in Uncategorized 5 Comments