This happens every single night, without fail



Every single night, no matter what’s going on or how bad of a day I’ve had, I can always count on Gavin’s bedtime routine. ☺

Part of that routine, is asking me if he can show me his city. By that he means he wants me to look at the progress he’s made on one of his tablet games that day.

I try to always oblige him because showing me his progress in the game is the equivalent of scoring a winning goal for him. He’s really proud of himself and it only feels right to let him feel a sense of pride.



Truthfully though, I don’t know the difference between what his city looked like yesterday vs today. It always looks the same to me but he’s happy so I’m happy for him.

I snapped this picture of Gavin beaming with pride as he shows his city tonight.

I thought I would share this and ask you if any of your kids do something similar?

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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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Please don’t forget the plight of autistic people dying needlessly in hospitals by untrained staff and dr.