Win a $25 iTunes Gift Card

Who want’s a FREE $25 iTunes Gift Card? That’s probably a silly question…..right? Of course it is. Well, I’m super excited to bring you this giveaway, in conjunction with This is really easy to enter and runs through 06/27/2013.


Please be sure to  check back here on 06/27/2013 to see if you’ve won. ALso be sure to check you email that day as well.

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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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Adam A

Amazing giveaway. Found this blog a week ago as a result of my own battle with Asperger’s.


I would love to win this giveaway! Researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital for Children in Boston found that minority children are significantly less likely to use specialty care for complications with the disorder when compared to kids from white families. The most significant difference was for GI and nutrition services..


Autism now affects 1 in 88 children and 1 in 54 boys.


Awesome giveaway! Found this through Twitter. I’m always partial when it
comes to anything neuro or psych as I do work in the psych world.
People need to be more aware of autism and other forms of mental


Girls with autism are generally a lot better at “passing” as typical than boys, causing frequent misdiagnosis and missed diagnoses


SWEET!  A “Fact” about autism.  Hmmm…Girls are statistically less likely than boys to be autistic.


I have two autistic boys so I would say that no two autistic kids are the same and that we can all learn from the unique way they see the world. It has been a completely different adventure with each of them and and I am thankful for them every day (well almost every day). 🙂


Thank you for this giveaway !


I have been following your blog for a lil bit now. I can totally relate to what you have been going through here lately. I think it is amazing what you are doing bringing awareness to Autism and letting people in to see that life isn’t always glitter and rainbows. My 9 y/o is an Aspie with ADHD, SPD, OCD, amongst  other things. Thank you and Lizzie for letting parents like me know that I am not totally alone.