Gavin is a mystery wrapped inside an enigma, stuck inside a Taco and dipped in confusing sauce



I mentioned that Gavin was having tummy issues on Monday.  This not so simple question of whether or not he’s feeling better, isn’t quite apparent.

His tummy issues are still present but he’s not complaining.

Having said that, Gavin only complains of chest or side pain and paper cuts. He literally almost never complains about anything else.

This makes it extremely difficult to know what’s going on with him. 



The truth is, I couldn’t tell you on any given day, how Gavin’s feeling. It’s not like we don’t ask him because we do.  He’s just not capable of really answering in a way that’s even remotely helpful.

My best guess at this point, is that he ate something that didn’t agree with him.  He’s not running a fever and he’s not vomiting.  At least that a positive thing.

Hopefully he will be feeling better in the morning. 



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My son with autism can be like that with tummy pain. Sometimes I only figure out his stomach hurts because he is acting so agitated about everything. He will only tell me if I ask.

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rmagliozzi it sucks but it’s part of being a special needs parent. It’s not easy……