Stitch and toothless autism seeing the world from a different angle shirt and crew neck sweatshirt
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
yes we have physical therapy occupational therapy speech therapy and nutrition and my daughter has meltdowns, she has her great days and I go with the flow you know what I mean Stitch and toothless autism seeing the world from a different angle shirt I’m sure If it’s a genetic disorder than we have a major problem happening to the genetics of the human race because it’s keeps rising every year.
Stitch and toothless autism seeing the world from a different angle shirt
to me I get what she means the even made me cry bc I truly have spoke to my daughter telling her she is different she is a special gift to change me for the better even when some days I can lose my mind you know and I’m thankful there are mothers who speak up bc no one is perfect Every time you share this, I cry. Relating, struggling, loving, all of the feelings can be so overwhelming and people can be so hurtful. Thank you for sharing this and speaking up for those that struggle to find their voice. You son is lucky to have you, and you to have him. Stitch and toothless autism seeing the world from a different angle shirt How do you mentally cope with the diagnosis abt this! My son at the age 10 was diagnosed last Monday and I’m wanting more info from people who has lived this and to give me advice on to react and cope with this bc I do I have 3 other kids to care for? So anyone out there any advice for a new autism mom!!!
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what you’ve lost first. Give yourself that time. After that you’ll see the beauty of your child’s differences. I have a 10yr old son with ASD. He also has SPD and ADHD. His two younger siblings are probably the best therapy I could give him. He’s amazing and we just walk his path with him. I’ve thrown the parenting books away. He recently won first place for a speech on his life with autism. I never want to “cure” him just help him and help everyone else see how amazing these kids are. you take it one day at a time and have patience and breathe because every frustration is neither of your fault.
When you think about it when you put together a 1000-5000 piece puzzle you have your grrrr moments and you have your aha moments where your elated and full of joy so it goes with your autistic joy and when you have your balance figured out with that child same as when you finish that beautiful puzzle trust me i have a 13 yr old who is on the spectrum once you find out what works for you both your puzzle will come together and it will get easier i figured out my puzzle piece and believe me it has gotten alot easier