When my boys were very young, someone gave our family an inside swing. Both my boys loved it. It was great for rainy and snowy days when the kids couldn’t go outside to play. We used this item for years.
I bought some colorful cookie dough through a fundraiser. It almost looked like playdough. I thought Tristan might find this interesting. When the order came in I went off to the store to purchase some new cookie cutters.
I am thankful for all the people that have come alongside our family over the years because of Tristan. The list is too long to individually list names. Therefore, I am going to list categories:
I came across an activity on-line. The YouTube video is called “Rainbow Crayon Pumpkin!” I thought to myself, “Tristan would love this.”
I was very surprised one of my post generated so many views. It was titled “100 Days of Grace.” It was a very emotional post about our family crisis with autism.
I could just resume the same post. I can’t believe it has been three years since transitioning our non-verbal 13-year-old son to a residential school three hours away. That means he is now 16!
When Tristan was about 4 years old and I had a question for another mom, “How will I be able to potty train a non-verbal child?” Continue reading
With all this rain lately, we find our family doing more indoor activities.
I remembered how Tristan loves to help me in the kitchen. So for an activity/meal, I had him make Continue reading