What life has been like since my wife moved back home

I wanted to do a general update, in regards to how my family is doing since being reunited.  

Since my wife and I reunited after a nearly 2 year separation, things have been going pretty well.  There’s been a period of adjustment that’s probably been a little harder on Lizze than the boys and I.  

We’re adding someone back into the mix and she’s gone back to living with four other people, if that makes sense.… Read More

Putting My #Autism Family Back Together: Understanding The Last 19 Months (Part One)

You can find Part Two here: https://www.theautismdad.com/2016/07/01/putting-my-autism-family-back-together-what-happened-and-why-part-two/


Look, I get it.  You’ve all experienced the last 18 or 19 months with the boys and I through my blog.  I’m so grateful for the outpouring of support during what was often, a very difficult time.

Since announcing a few weeks ago that my wife and I have reconciled, there’s been some backlash. … Read More

I realized something that has profoundly changed the way I look at and feel about my pending #divorce

This may sound totally weird but whatever.  I haven’t spoken much about my looming divorce lately, largely because I don’t always like remembering the past and the process itself has sorta stalled.  

I know it’s frustrating for some to read that this still isn’t done with and trust me when I say, I’m frustrated as well.

To be fair, I haven’t made it a priority because it’s largely out of sight and out of mind.… Read More

Gavin and I just rescued two beautiful baby squirrels :)

I was walking out the door to get the boys from school and I noticed a very young baby squirrel crawling around in my front garden. 

It’s eyes were still closed and I soon noticed another tiny baby as well. 

They were not going to survive because they were barely able to walk and one was still blind, not to mention they fell about 50 ft from their nest. 

Gavin and I scooped them up and ran them to the Wildlife Center in my area before picking up the boys from school. 

These things were adorable and I couldn’t let them die and I definitely couldn’t let Elliott see them because he would want to rescue them by raising them himself.… Read More