Tag: Common Variable Immunodeficiency

Do you agree with this statement? 

The boys are in their way home and I’m feeling slightly recharged. That’s about as good as it gets when you’re an Autism parent. If you ever get a break, it’s never enough to fully recharge.  What you end up getting is just enough of a recharge to keep puttering along. Autism parents expend so …

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Thank God his supplies showed up

I mentioned yesterday that Gavin’s IVIG infusion supplies hadn’t showed up. Thankfully, they arrived yesterday, right before the boys left for their Grandparents house.  I showed Gavin how to make sure that he received everything he was supposed to by going over the supply list, and checking things off.  Gavin did an awesome job accounting …

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Feeding our marriage

Lizze and I had a nice night. We went and saw the new Spider-Man Homecoming movie, and it was awesome.  I can’t remember the last time we spontaneously went to a movie, let alone a super late showing like tonight. It felt good to be able to do that. It’s important that Lizze and I get …

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Hello smidgen of normalcy

I’m feeling a little better and we’ve decided to go to a movie. We haven’t been to a late night movie since Harry Potter… Lizze made me take her to each movie at midnight, on opening day. ☺  Anyway, this is rather spontaneous and really out of character for us. For that reason alone, I …

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At least until I feel better

Lizze’s appointment went well and we grabbed some Chipotle on the way home. Unfortunately, said Chipotle is not sitting well at the moment.  It looks like it will be a quiet night on the couch, at least until I feel better.  

I need advice from Adult #Autistics or those with #SensoryProcessingDisorder 

Okay folks, I’ve always been someone who’s keenly aware of how Adult Autistics can be an absolutely amazing resource for parents of kids with Autism, like myself.  Today I’m reaching out to the Adult Autistic community, and or people with Sensory Processing Disorder. I have a question about my oldest with Autism.  My goal is …

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