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Amber .Jones
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"Just when you think you got it all down, it changes...better roll with it."
"Just when you think you got it all down, it changes...better roll with it."

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Moving a Child on the Spectrum
Well, we finally moved from our tiny apartment into a significantly larger one. It was not easy, but we did it. Last year was filled with so much change my partner and I were more than a little ready to create some stability in a new home where we could fin...

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Teaching Self-Love
Oh man, there are some days when I look at the world and look at my son and think to myself, "Damn." I'm less then ready for the onslaught of bull this world has to offer my kid. So many people speak a language of sarcasm and assholelery that even I have a ...

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What is Acceptance?
I've come up with a huge reflection piece for this topic..so bare with me folks. I accept my son for who he is. Who he is, is something I will learn over my lifetime. I don't profess to know anything other than my son doesn't tick the same way everyone else...

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Busy Mom
Oh my goodness I took a break for awhile as some of you may know. It's been a little insane. Below is a little list that will give you an idea of the last several months... School. My son starting school (which will be on my next post). Memorial for 200 som...

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Presenting food to the Autistic Kid.....
It has been a couple days since since my last blog. Things get crazy when you've got a million and one art projects going, plus family is in town, and you are planning for school, and a vacation before school starts. Such is life.  Anyway, the last time I b...

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4 Methods for feeding the Autistic Kid.....PART 1
                                        UGH!!!!!!! This has to be a battle that every parent, regardless of a kids learning styles, goes through. Getting your kid to eat. With a kid on the spectrum we know first hand that autistic kids can be picky about th...

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Yes they can!

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Can autistic children exhibit empathy?
There used to be a time in our house when we thought our son had a hard time registering emotions. It wasn't easy. You could cry and he would scream and cry with you. You could be angry and he would be the first to show his anger. For awhile we thought thes...
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