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Jennifer Kehl
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Writing, Parenting, Homeschooling and Photographing, all to my own MixTape.
Writing, Parenting, Homeschooling and Photographing, all to my own MixTape.

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Celebrating both holidays as an Autism mom!

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Twisted Mix-Tape? WHAT??!!! This is what. Me and music, we go hand in hand. I carry earbuds with me everywhere I go. I’m not anti-social (I’m only anti-work), I’m just anti-silence. Well that’s a bold-faced lie, but when my choices are listening to the…

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Welcome to Twisted Mix-Tape on Raised on the Radio. The new home for my most favorite weekly music bytes. If you want to play along, please comment with your favorite songs! This is what makes me tick. Me and music, we go hand in hand. I carry earbuds…

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When your child has special needs you have to pick your battles!

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When your autistic adult child wants to meet some Disney characters, you don't always expect the world to make things happen.
I still can not believe how these wonderful people went so far out of their way for DC. I mean, I only asked a simple question. I never expected any of this. This made his day – it made his trip!

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I feel like special needs parents have an advantage when it comes to appreciating the little things. Because they are so few and far between. It can take weeks, months even years for our littles to learn new behaviors or reach milestones in their development. So we appreciate these tiny victories. They are a sign that our child is thriving. Even if it’s only a little at a time.

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Being the sibling of a child with special needs is not easy. But when he's the baby, it's so hard to know if HE knows how special HE is.

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Your scars are the battle wounds that show your strength and will to survive.

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Everything from a late talking toddler who needs speech therapy to a child with very obvious developmental delays needing lots of support, a mom worries about their child. I thought I would share some things I have felt and observed over the years.

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