Autism Awareness: My Little Boy is Just Like Your Child
I promised myself that this year I would make people understand autism. Every year people make out their goals or wishes for the year. My main wish for this year is to make the "judgers" understand.
When you find out you are going to be a mom, you dream of holding your little baby for the first time, you dream of dressing them up, showing them off and obsessing over their every move. You dream of their first word, the first time they will clap their hands, the first time they wave goodbye and of course their first steps. All of the “normal” things.
Well in my house these things are far from normal. Yes we had some of them, but they have disappeared. Words were lost, milestones missed and many tears were cried along the way. This is not “laziness” on his part. It is not him being stubborn and it most certainly is not him acting up.
My little boy is just like your child; he loves to dance, he loves to be cuddled, he cries when he falls and he adores Mickey Mouse. He is however "wired differently."
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To finish reading the full story, visit The Huffington Post: Parents website: http://huff.to/2jWi51q.