We participate in Light It Up Blue to celebrate our boy and all of the hard work he puts in every single day.
Autism will touch your life. You will interact with people on the spectrum in your community, your workplace, and in your children’s classrooms.
That is why we share our story. To help spread awareness, understanding, acceptance, inclusion and kindness so that everyone impacted by autism can find some more compassion and patience along their road.
Our hearts are FULL seeing all the photos roll in of you all in your BLUE!! Keep them coming, friends! You can text, post on social media or email them to email@example.com. We’re putting together a special little something for our guy.
We’re so thankful you are on this journey with us.
The R-word is done, guys. Bye! see ya! Broaden-your-vocabulary-never-to-be-used-again. Gone.
Some friends and I went to an amateur comedy show last night. It was really fun until the last comic starting making fun of people with special needs. And used the R-word repeatedly.
I was beyond disgusted that ANYONE would think his jokes were funny.
I came home to see my sweet little guy asleep in his bed and I just fell apart. I can’t understand how anyone could think this perfect little human’s very real struggles are funny.
I’m not going to start listing off all the things my son may never do because of his particular neurological design. That’s a rabbit hole I steer clear of on the regular. But I damn sure hope he is never in a room like I was last night, where people with different abilities were the punch lines.
October is National Bullying Prevention Month and this is a perfect reminder of the roles we play and the influence we have on others.
Everyone laughing at those crude jokes were just as much a part of the problem as the man spewing them.
Stand up for what you believe to be right vs wrong. Use your voice. Use your actions. THEY MATTER. I promise you will regret your inaction more than taking an opportunity to stand up for what is RIGHT.