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Mother's Day

"If we could foster the girls’ tolerance, there was hope they’d kindle something deeper, something to enrich them once we were gone."

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Dear Liz, congratulations on your successful appointment to the position of “Autism Parent.” We understand you may be confused by this appointment, as you never actually applied for the post in the first place.

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In this blog leading up to Mother's Day, mom of 7 Lisa Smith talks about her feelings as the mother of a boy with autism. "People often say to me, 'I don’t know how you do it!' or 'You are amazing.' and 'I’d never be able to do the things you do.' I always respond with, 'I do it because I have to. You would be able to do the same for your child.'”

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In this post leading up to Mother's Day, autism mom Kim McCafferty shares the ten things she'd tell herself about her impending journey of parenting two children on the autism spectrum if she could go back in time.

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Happy Mother's Day! Here's what some of are mothers in our community are thankful for on this special day!

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I always wanted to be a mom, and my husband and I were blessed with two beautiful boys.

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Hunter, my son with autism invited me to go bowling on Sunday for Mother’s Day.

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Carrie Cariello, author of the new book "What Color is Monday" shares a Mother's Day story about her son who is on the autism spectrum.

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