Ensuring they have a childhood

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Lizze and I had a quiet evening tonight. The boys went to bed without much problem, and we settled in for some binge watching of iZombie on Netflix. We just made it to the second season. 

As far as the weekend goes, I think we are sticking close to home. 

The rest of the month is going to be pretty tight, and I need to try and conserve the gas in the car. That doesn’t mean we won’t make some trips to the park though. 



Something else I wanted to try and do is set up some play dates for the boys. I don’t know if they still call them play dates or not. I’m going to reach out to some of the parents on Facebook and see if they want to meet at the indoor playground, so the kids can hang out. 

It’s free, and I know the kids would enjoy it. 

One of the hardest things I have to do as an Autism parent is trying to ensure my kids have a childhood. With everything we have to worry about, it’s sometimes easier said than done. 



Even if we don’t do anything fancy this summer, I want to make sure that the kids can look back on this time and remember it fondly. ☺ 

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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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