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Just our daily life with Autism and everything that goes with it.

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Started by Kitty Kay. Last reply by Kitty Kay Jun 15, 2011. 1 Reply

Just tell us about you how ever much or little whatever you are ok with and share your blog.

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Comment by What Jean Likes on December 7, 2012 at 3:38am
I'm super anxious for the weekend to start so let's start it a little ealry, shall we? Let's make it Aloha Friday all weekend long!! :)

Come link up with us and join us on this journey with the Aloha Friday Blog Hop! It's a super fast and easy way to get exposure for your blog, find new blogs to follow and,of course, get more followers for your lovely blogs!
I personally follow back every single person who links up, so please come and join us if you will!! Every single person who links up is automatically entered to our Aloha Hoapili featured blogger of the week drawing!! You could be featured next week!
You can link up your blog, website, Facebook, Twitter or any other site you want. You can enter for as many different social media outlets for your blog as you want so come one, come all to the Aloha Friday Blog Hop!
Come grow with us!
Oh, and grab our button here!

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Comment by What Jean Likes on November 30, 2012 at 5:18am

Come on down to the Aloha Friday Weekend blog hop and make some new bloggy friends, and link up on our blog hop so that you can drive traffic to your own blog and gain followers!! It's an easy, breezy and fun way to share love with other bloggers and introduce yourself!! 

Anyone who links up is automatically entered to become our Featured Blog of the Week!  

It's quick and easy to link up so come on down and join us if you will!! 


Comment by Salma Crump on June 30, 2012 at 6:27pm

Hi everyone, I'm new to this site/group. My son is 9 and was diagnosed with PDD-NOS at 3. We live in Antigua (Caribbean). Thought I would share this post with all of you: My Sisterhood.

Comment by Jennifer Gott on June 19, 2012 at 7:41am

Hello guys! I'm here as the mom of a 12 year old boy with aspergers disorder. He's a brilliant boy! But we are struggling with obsessions and ADHD/impulse control issues. He tends to act before the thought enters his head. It's a daily job keeping up with him, he wears mom out!

Comment by Dawn Sizer on June 12, 2012 at 9:17am


I have a 14 year old with PDD-NOS.  Very smart, but way behind emotionally and socially.  He's a good kid though, just the usual I'm 14 and hate you today angst that comes with teenagers.  I do blog about it from time to time, along with food, and fashion and everything else that goes on around here.  Please check out my blog at http://dragonflies-at-dawn.blogspot.com/.

And you can follow me on Facebook as well at https://www.facebook.com/DragonfliesAtDawn


Comment by Katie Louise on April 15, 2012 at 2:42pm

Hi I'm Katie and I have a five year old with nonverbal Autism.  She was developing normally until she turned 18 months then she started regressing.  She started special programs last summer and is in a special program year long that includes a lot of one on one therapy.  She's starting to say words now and then and she literally talks through her hands and movements.  Next year she'll be considered a kindergardener but she'll be in the same program again.  She's also taking the summer program again this year.

The not talking gets rough but she's a very sweet, very smart kid.

Comment by Natalie Adair-Butler on March 17, 2012 at 12:55pm

Hello, My name is Natalie I have six children they rang in age from 13 to 28, so I'm older than you two probably are. My son has Asperger's., so he's very smart (IQ 180) but with the Emotional  maturity of a 10 year old, someday s a lot less.

I could tell you some horror story's of what it was like ten, fifteenth years ago to have an Autistic child. There wasn't much help, barely any right's, and guess who they blame when a child was diagnosed  with  Autism? Yep the mother, always the mom--as if we didn't have enough guilt.

OK enough for now, you can read about my life(well an outline of it anyway) if you want on my page here. I don't know about all of you but in my blogs I don't talk just about my son. I talk about all my brats equally for the most part.

This really a good idea, I wish I had had this when Jon was younger, not that it's easy now either.


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