Boys. Bikes. Living. Learning. Loving. It's not all about the autism. But sometimes it is.
Isn't it? I'd much rather "has no trouble around her peers"!Sal
Not so very strange when you think about it hon. Not really something I can explain it words, but I do understand. Guess it's wishing that people would look at Noah like they look at Cole, and not like they look at him now.
I would like to believe that I have something that makes me stand out from the crowd. Although, during those teen years, standing out can be very difficult. That's where I would love for Gabe to "fit in". For us parents, it is the uniqueness that ALL our children have that we must teach them to embrace. If the medical community wants my son to be indistinguishabe from his peers, then I say "whatever", I want Gabe to shine.Gabe
Yes indeed...let's turn that around...indistinguishable=incredibly,wonderfully, magnificently different than the rest of us homogenized lot!!:)Estee
Agreed...what an odd thing to strive for!
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