Lost and Tired’s Question of the Day: 03/08/2012

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Lost and Tired’s Question of the Day: 03/08/2012


Can you share one good quality that your child with #Autism possesses?   


I like this question because I would love to hear about some of the amazing qualities that our kids on the Autism Spectrum possess. 🙂


Remember, as always, you can reply to the discussion here in the comments or more privately in the Community Autism Support Forums by following this link: http://lostandtired.com/autismsupport/showthread.php?t=133&p=641#post641



Rob Gorski

Full time, work from home single Dad to my 3 amazing boys. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)
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Tracy Gallagher via

The ability to constantly surprise me!

Sarah Bolier via Fac

Biggest heart!!! And GREAT sense of humor 🙂


My child has an amazing memory. Even at 2 years old, it astounds me what he can recall about a particular thing/place after only seeing/doing something once.
My recent post Cooking Around Your Toddler: 101

Jay's mommy

My son Jay is musically gifted! He is 9 years old. He's been going to music therapy for over a year now and a few months ago went over to the piano and started playing various nursery rhymes such as Mary had a little lamb. No one had ever shown him. So we started formal piano lessons 5 weeks ago and he's already reading music and playing simultaneously with both hands. We are so excited that he's found something that he lives and is great at! 🙂


Tremendous loyalty!


Our Eric has the amazing ability to understand and master a video or computer program. I brought out my old Super Gamboy one day with a Mario game and in a short time he was clearing boards way ahead of my own ability — and I am pretty darn good I must admit.
He can find his way around a computer and loves the Wii games. His mom has to hide her cell phone from him — he can download games and if he gets to something he doesn't like (like her music) he delets it. Hes amazing. Rob, you will remember the picture I posted on FB of Eric with his new weighted blanket — you'll also notice he's on the computer, completely engrossed. While we do limit his time on these electronics, we are so happy to see doing something he so thoroughly enjoys.

Deb Provost