Autism Holiday Survival Tips
Here are some great tips for surviving the holidays with autism. Click here @ https://nickspecialneeds.wordpress.com/2014/12/01/blog-110holida…al-tips-autism/ Note: The link above will come up as “Page Not Found” but don’t panic, just type in “Blog #110” in the search engine and it will pop right up!
That’s what is in my noggin this week! Nick and I hope that you take some time to relax this week and enjoy the holidays.
Re-Blog~ #78 Christmas Past
With the busy holiday season upon us, I opted to re-blog “Christmas Past”. Here is a little photo album of Christmas past with my boys @https://nickspecialneeds.wordpress.com/2013/12/16/blog-78christmas-cheer/
Wishing you all the best and take time to make memories with your family. They do grow up fast. That’s what is in my noggin this week.
Blog #78~Christmas Past
This week; a look at Christmas past with Nick and his older brother, Hank. Having a brother with Down syndrome and autism requires patience and understanding. It’s not always easy with Nick yelling, dropping things, stimming and giving us all a run for our money. I give Hank a lot of props for putting up with it all these years. Here are some of their special times together at Christmas.
Christmas in Texas, no pants required 🙂
Family gathering back at my parent’s home. I love Nick’s toothless grin!
Christmas at GMA Theresa and GPA Jim’s house in Chicago. Here’s Nick with his cousins Anna and Sam. Looks like Nick got a new musical toy 🙂
Christmas and Bears game time!
They’re getting bigger!
My high school boys…..
I hope that you enjoyed a look back at Christmas past. I treasure the many fond memories of my boys over the years. May your Christmas be filled with joy, love and peace.