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Life With Greyson and Parker

Every so often, I am shocked with the truth of the world. A truth of an "us versus them" mentality. A truth I want to change.

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My son is different. Different is not always bad or weird. It's not always special and heroic either. Sometimes different is just different.

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I think it's safe to say we all want to be happy and to find happiness along this journey. The problem is, we don't always know what real happy looks like, or how to find the kind that has staying power.

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Autumn. The third season of the year, when the seeds that were planted in the Spring are now crops that are ripe and ready to be harvested, hard work paid off. The days are getting shorter and cooler. And eating more carbs is a biological necessity to stay alive (at least that's what I tell myself. Please just play along.)

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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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"Life is hard, yes — but it is also too good and too short to miss out on all the blessings it holds. Here are five good things that people don't tell you about raising a child with autism."

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Each day I could see in his eyes that he was drifting further and further away from me. I was doing everything I could to reach my arms out as far as possible to catch him — but my fingers could only stretch so far.

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