Tag Archives: developmental

Number two redo…

Someone on a forum I belong to mentioned that they read “Poo Poo on the Potty” and commented that it “is a milestone that very few parents or individuals of the “neuro-typical” world can trully understand and appreciate.” Shortly after I had originally posted it, another person had asked why I was making such a […]

Poo Poo on the Potty

September 13, 2013 is a huge milestone and one of my proudest days as a father. Not because my son, Ethan, is an awesome kid with autism… Not because he did so well at his Special Olympics competition last weekend… Not because he will be 10 in 2 months… Today is special because this morning […]

Hi, my name is Bill… and my son has autism…

All to often parents of disabled children feel like they need to keep their family “issues” in the closet. Some are in denial, some don’t want to be pitied or judged, some are embarrassed, and some are afraid… but some either start off, or grow to learn, how to take the world head on and […]