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Day 2 of being back in the classroom

I just picked up Emmett from school today and his second day back has been a resounding success. He’s so excited and I feel so good right now because after focusing so long on his physical safety, I can finally doing something positive for his emotional health as well. Everything went well for him today …

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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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Let’s Talk About COVID and the Vaccines (feat. Dr. Richard Webby of St Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the WHO) S4E7

I’ve been wanting to do this episode for a while. Dr. Richard Webby is on the show today to discuss all things COVID and vaccine-related. Dr. Webby is a Member of the Department of Infectious diseases at St Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Director of the World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Studies on the …

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A Super Quick Update

It’s been a pretty amazing day for those of us living in the The Autism Dad household today. The boys did well at school and I feel like I accomplished a good bit before I writing this, ready to call it a night. I just took a melatonin, so I’m gonna make this quick and …

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I’m so excited about this week

I had a pretty good weekend and I feel relatively accomplished. The boys and I did some yardwork and will be planting flowers this week, weather permitting. We also began our descent into spring cleaning. We got a good bit done already and we’re going to spend some time every single day continuing the progress. …

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Looking forward to hitting the farmers/flea markets again

One of the things I really miss the most from my life prior to COVID is visiting and spending time with my family and friends. That is so important to me and it’s been way too long. Something else I miss is our trips to the flea market. We used to drive up almost every …

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I’m nearing the bright light at the end of this very dark tunnel

So the kids are on Spring Break and the timing sorta baffles me a little bit. They’re getting this week off but will return for the week before Easter and I feel like it would have made more sense to go this week and have the week of Easter off, but whatever. There aren’t that …

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Helping my adult #autistic son find independence

Gavin is bound and determined to move out. Until recently, I hadn’t really considered that to be an option but this is what he wants. As his parent, I want him to reach whatever level of independence he can achieve. With that in mind, I’m getting the ball rolling on this. The process is likely …

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