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When your child has autism, when making friends is hard, having a friend, THE friend, move on is hard...at least for the parent who watches the friend go.

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Ryan easily told me "who" he was and at times he even grabbed my phone out of my hands and started tapping away, frustrated with my inept and slow typing speed. I was amazed that for someone who "has an extreme fear of sharing personal information", how much he wanted you to know.

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A year forward is a gift. A one of a kind, incredible, irreplaceable gift.

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If you are like me, your house is a little dirty. Always. Your fridge is a little bare. Always. And toys mark the presence of children in every single room. And there are so many things you wish you were doing better. I want to tell you that none of that matters.

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This is 5-year-old Kate. She has autism. She loves Ninja Turtles and kicking dirt. She's pretty special. Here is just one more reason why: She's recently taken an interest in photography (and by that I mean she's been perseverating on my very expensive DSLR camera), and she'd like to share some of her photos with you. I think you'll be impressed.

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I’ve packed my lunch and I’m ready for the world is exactly how I felt, yesterday. But not an adult, ready for the world…more like my five-year-old self was ready for the world.

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According to Autism Speaks, approximately one third of those with autism are considered nonverbal, including my son Finley.

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I’ve learned about the delicate balance most of our senses have with each other.

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