The Lighter Side of #Autism: Story time

Something that we are trying to reclaim in the Lost and Tired household,  is a sense of normalcy.  While our lives will never be normal,  we can still work toward a more stable home life.

Normal is back very subjective term but to me,  I feel like it should it means that my family is living a safe,  happy and comfortable life.

We are making a significant effort to do more things that would be deemed family oriented. Things like story time and trips to the library.  Perhaps even taking the kids fishing or to the zoo could be a good experience.

For right now,  I want to focus on little things that are actually attainable.  So,  story time is where we are starting. 


**Thanks for reading**

       -Lost and Tired

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Rob Gorski

Full time, work from home single Dad to my 3 amazing boys. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)
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For children to grow educative, happy and satisfied with their lives, they need parents who will support, love and take care of them even if they have made something wrong. Your kids are so lucky to have you.
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Thank you so much 🙂

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Its times like this where, yeah, you may be a great special needs parent, but you are an awesome father in general. Some kids dont get a father as wonderful, supporting, and loving as you. Any kid would be lucky to have you as a dad, and your kids are blessed enough to actually get you!

~PS: What book? =)


The book was the "The Missing Piece" . The boys snuggled in Emmett's bed while Lizze read the book. They are in love with this book right now. 🙂


Thank you very much for your kid words as well 🙂