How Do You Feel Today?
It’s been a couple weeks since my last post but I been really observing my sons interaction with each other. Most days, my oldest son Aeden is doing his own thing. It’s not often both my sons interact the way you see them in this pic. However, opportunities matter and are important! If there’s ever
As a special needs father, I have my moments when I ask myself if I’m really doing enough for my son? We all want to see our kids thrive and succeed at this thing called life, but when times seem like progress is very slow it can feel very frustrating and discouraging. When I leave
It didn’t start out so well. My oldest son had all the attention in the world, after my second son was born, he slowly noticed how much attention his brother got. My oldest would constantly give his brother mean looks. He would not share anything, nor even play with him. In fact, my oldest son
Being a special needs parent requires so much time and energy especially when your kids need you the most. Everyday for example when they need help with their homework, making their meals, and/or just keeping up with the daily grind of keeping up with their laundry, activities, cleaning themselves, and on and on. It’s even
2021 is here finally! With that said, in years past I would either want to lose weight or save money as my New Years resolution, but since my son Calaeb was diagnosed with autism it’s been different the past 4 years. What I want for this year, just as in the last 4 years again,
It’s very frustrating when sometimes you don’t have that one person you think would be in your corner…actually not in your corner. I was in the office today when I had to cut my day short because my wife texts me saying she feels tired and doesn’t know what to cook for the kids. I
Today I got no pictures or videos to show as an example. The reason being is that I wanna blog about the pure appreciation I see everyday from my wife and her fight against my son’s autism. She literally tries to keep up with Calaeb’s zoom sessions between his teacher, speech therapist, and ABA. It’s
It’s been about 3-4 months now since Calaeb has shown an interest in cooking. He started out just intently watching me or mom, but now he really wants to get hands on. It’s at a point where if he wants to cook, he’ll try taking our spatula and try to cook it himself whatever it
Calaeb is making progress riding his bike on his own. Before, he had no idea where to start. Now I’m starting to see improvement and enjoyment from him riding his bike. Stick with it dads! It’s baby steps but if you keep encouraging your special needs child to strive for something…the possibilities are endless! Anyone
Calaeb has never had any interest in playing ball, and much less playing with any specific toys. When I was little, I remember playing catch with my dad on many occasions. For me, it was one of life’s simple yet impactful experiences I’ll ever have growing up with my dad. It’s those moments you cherish
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