Guy Time with my son

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For dinner last night, we cooked out on the grill.  Nothing fancy but it was enough to sort cap off the day in a good way. 

Anyway, Elliott was junior grill assistant. 

He brushed and scraped the grill before I lit it and he even tossed a few hotdogs on, while under very close supervision. 

I love spending time with the boys like this.  Much like what we actually cooked tonight, it wasn’t anything fancy but it was good enough for us. 



Guy time is something that’s really important to me.  It’s nice to have one on one time with one of my kids. 

When I look back on my life, I think these will be treasured memories. I hope that my kids will treasure these memories long after I’m gone.  🙂

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is he right handed? he looks settles here in these pictures. here is an idea and it might actually be a bad idea but i did it with my daughter…anyways the idea is to individually spin in a circle with your arms out wide , eyes open or close is optional as well as head tipped up or down…it truely a different experience when doing this particular activity with someone that has autism, perhapse you could have a better time of verbalizing the experience. anyways he looks happy and healthy, your a good parent.