Category: Emmett John

Emmett returned to the classroom today

Today was such a big day, especially for Emmett. I haven’t mentioned this in a little while because I wasn’t sure what was going to happen. Today was the moment of truth and here’s what happened. State testing is ridiculously mandatory this year, despite the pandemic. I have made my thoughts on that quite clear. …

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My #autistic son is such an inspiration to me

I know not everyone will get this and that’s okay. I also know that many of you will celebrate with me because you understand the significance of what I’m about to say. For those who are unable to relate, I hope this provides a bit of insight into the challenges kids on the autism spectrum …

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Do your kids do weird shit too? Please share..

Let’s face it, kids can often do weird things that as parents, we just sit back and think, what the fuck? This isn’t about our kids being weird but rather some of the odd things they do. I jokingly tell my kids all the time that they’re weird because in our house, weird is a …

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Have I said how much I hate 2020?

Emmett’s not been having a good week in regards to school. He’s been in a fever flare for going on a week now and that’s likely contributing to his struggles. As crazy as it sounds, I hadn’t put two and two together until this morning. He’s been doing well since returning to his old school. …

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Emmett just hit a fever cycle

Recently, there was a delay in refilling Emmett’s antivirals that he takes for his fever disorder. With all that had been going on with Gavin recently, I’d opted to use this opportunity to see how he did without them. He did really well for about 2 weeks but just in case, I addressed the issue …

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Shoe shopping online for my #autistic son

Let me just start by saying that I hate shoe shopping for Emmett, even in the most perfect of circumstances. I love Emmett to the moon and back. The issue is not that I don’t want to spend the time or money, it’s that sensory processing disorder makes finding things like shoes, socks and clothes …

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