The Line Between Preparedness and Paranoia (S3E11)

In this episode, I update you on a major decision I had to make in order to keep my immunocompromised son safe during the COVID19 pandemic. Very few things are simple with it comes to Special Needs parenting and I share the thought process that goes into making potentially life-altering decisions for my kids. I …

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We are getting unburied today

As we’re on lockdown, the bulk of our suoies are being drop shipped and because of that, we’ve become buried in boxes. I guess I hadn’t really been paying much attention to that but for whatever reason, I did today. I decided to break everything down and store them because we may need to use …

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Keeping my #immunocompromised son safe from #COVID19 isn’t easy

We survived the day and I feel pretty good about that. I was able to get the boys school work to and from the school this morning and had my video conference with Gavin’s doctor. The morning went off without a hitch. As far as updates are concerned, the only major one is what we …

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My 11 Year Old Talks About Life On Lockdown (Feat Emmett Gorski) S3E10

In this weeks (albeit late) episode, I talk about life on lockdown and what it’s like to manage this COVID19 health crisis as a single Dad to 3 Autistic kids. Gavin, (my oldest) is immunocompromised and I have to walk a very, very fine line in order to keep him safe. It’s not easy by …

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I’m quickly running out of shits to give

I’m not going to sugar coat this folks. I’m really struggling right now. We’ve been on lockdown since March 6th, when Elliott got sick and was diagnosed with Influenza B. That just sorta rolled into the COVID19 lockdown and we’re only just beginning this journey. The boys are on edge and I’m not sure how …

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What it’s like to be on #COVID19 lockdown with 3 #Autistic kids, 1 being #immunocompromised

We’ve had an interesting fourth day of lockdown. For the most part, the kids are doing well. Everyone is healthy and in relatively good spirits. Thank God. I thought I would share a bit of insight into what it’s like to be a single Dad on lockdown, with three Autistic kids and one at very …

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