A few random pictures from this #Autism family’s weekend

Not everything needs to be all serious all the time. Sometimes it’s nice to just share some random things that happen in our day to day lives that don’t always make it to the blog. 

These are moments that pop up during our day and sometimes even at night. 

When people ask me how I do it, I usually say that it’s moments like these that give me the strength to push through the struggles and keep fighting the good fight..  ☺ 💙 

This weekend found me camping out in the couch with my sick kiddos who couldn’t get comfortable in bed. In this picture, Emmett had woken up and just climbed on to the couch I was sleeping on. He then proceeded to smooth himself between and the couch. He feel back asleep immediately and had no memory of doing this.. ☺

Gavin and Emmett are playing a game on the Xbox after having taken a break from decorating the house for Christmas.

In a moment that I’m completely thankful for, my family is decorating for Christmas together for the first time in two years. Highlight of my weekend.. ☺ 💙

This was taken on one of the nights the boys and I had a campus in the living room because we were all sick and miserable. Doing this helped Elliott to get some much needed sleep. ☺

This is Maggie. She was rescued from a life of dog fighting and has been apart of our family for right plus years now. She likes to be tucked in at night, underneath her blanket.

This totally sums up Maggie’s sleeping requirements. Like I said above, she has to be tucked in at night. Sometimes it feels like we actually have four kids.. ☺ 💙

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About Rob Gorski

Father to 3 with Autism and husband to my best friend. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)


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