Autism? What are you talking about?

Emmett has made his triumphant return home from my parents house. What does he do the moment he arrives home? I’ll give you 3 guesses but if you read this blog regularly, you’ll only need one.

That’s right, he strips down to his skivvies. Clearly, he has had all he could take of his clothes today.

Some people come home and have a drink or watch the game to unwind, Emmett sheds his clothes.

Autism? Sensory issues? What are you talking about? Certainly none of that here. 😉


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Katherine C

I can also relate. Jonathan (will be 4 in June) will keep his clothes on whenever we go anywhere, but if we are home he will be in his diaper and nothing else. If I put clothes on him (in an attempt to keep him warm in the winter) he will run into another room to take them off lol.


I can totally relate to this! I have two boys; one with Aspergers and the other possible ADHD (very clear sensory issues and kind of hyper and stubborn) and I am constantly having to remind them both to get something else on when the doorbell rings. Last year the girl across the street came by trying to sell girl scout cookies and they flung the door open and stood there in their underwear. It was so funny the way she covered her eyes and handed me the cookies catalog as I told my boys to get out of there and put some shorts on. Wish I had taken a photo. .
I don't know anybody else with an Aspergers or autistic kid, so I am so relieved to find some of these things we deal with are actually quite common.