Schrödinger’s Autism

It’s already a few days into May, and I cannot believe how much time has passed since my last post. So much has happened around here that it’s been hard to keep up. Beginning in March, we had our youngest son, C, engage in a neuropsychological evaluation. This evaluation took place over several appointments andContinue reading “Schrödinger’s Autism”

This Is Not the Answer You’re Looking For

Back in October, our Mr. C was hospitalized for a bowel clean out. He has chronic issues in this department, and this is not our first time in the hospital for it. You can read my post about the last time here. When the hospital took an x-ray to determine the scope of the blockage,Continue reading “This Is Not the Answer You’re Looking For”

The Next Chapter

                “You can’t start the next chapter if you keep re-reading the last.”  -Unknown It the past five months, our family has been working on the draft of our next chapter so to speak. Late last year, it became increasing clear to my husband and me that we were circling round and round in ourContinue reading “The Next Chapter”

Failure Is Always an Option

There is a group I follow on Facebook for parents of 2E kids. The other day, a post on that page struck a chord. This mom said: “I feel like a jerk sometimes for “forgetting” that my child has a real and genuine disability. So often, I’m ready to rip out my hair and scream,Continue reading “Failure Is Always an Option”