Category Archives: Autism Parenting Heartbreak




Emotionally absorbing another heartbreaking struggle, it must be Monday

As with every Monday and Friday for so many years now, Gavin needed his IVIG infusion this morning. Once again, Gavin put the supplies together in order to receive what essentially amounts to an antibody transfusion. This is only necessary because his body is unable to produce the necessary immunoglobulins… Read more »







The heartbreaking talk I had with my youngest

I always try to live my life without making any assumptions, at least big ones. No matter how hard I try, I inevitably find that I’ve made assumptions without even realizing it. I ran into one such time over the weekend. On one of our many trips to Home Depot,… Read more »







#Autism breaks my heart in more ways than I can explain

Autism is one of those human conditions that impacts every person touched by it in a different way. Sometimes those differences are not so big and other times those differences can be so profound, that you may wonder how they can all fit underneath the umbrella known as Autism.. Each… Read more »







When #Autism truly breaks your heart

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During therapy tonight, we spoke with Emmett about his tummy aches. He wasn’t super forthcoming, which doesn’t surprise me. We asked him if anything was bothering him because sometimes that can cause a tummy ache. The way we word things is critical to communicating with Emmett. He’s so incredibly literal,… Read more »







Gavin seems to be struggling more today, and it’s heartbreaking

Gavin’s had a rougher day thus far. He seems to be on edge, but there’s no apparent reason why and if you ask him, he says he’s fine. He had his IVIG Infusion this morning, and per the current norm, he did it all by himself. Unfortunately, he ran into… Read more »