Peterson Family Photo Today I am sharing another Autism dad’s perspective. I’m happy to introduce you to David Petersen. I met David through his wife, Lauren. Lauren became one of my followers and is currently my Beachbody coach (more about that in a future post). I was so happy David agreed to share his story with us today. Thank you so much David! 1. Before your child’s diagnosis, what was your experience with Autism? Before the diagnosis, I lived … [Read more...] about Dealing With Autism…A Dad’s Perspective
I think our Disney trip is beginning to feel more real now that we were able to reserve our FastPasses! I tried not to get too worked up over getting the ones I really wanted because I know we are reserving ours just 30 days before. I already expected to have very slim pickings, but I’m so happy to report that I was able to get a few that I really wanted! As of today, we had our FastPasses for Animal Kingdom, Epcot and Hollywood Studios. This morning was the “big … [Read more...] about Disney Planning Update – FastPasses!
Welcome to my blog and let me reintroduce myself to my new followers!! My name is Joann, I’ve been married for 11 years and have 7-year-old twin boys. My son, Michael, is autistic and non-verbal. His twin brother, Alex, is super smart and talks enough for both. I’m a dog mom to my large but adorable Chocolate Lab, Maggie. I also have a very loud, talkative bird named Nicki. I started my blog last year as a tribute to my mom. Every year she gave me a journal … [Read more...] about Welcome To My Blog…Again!
The Holley FamilyPhoto Credit: David Holley When I first started this blog, I had no idea how many different autism families I would meet. I knew that there were many autism mom bloggers out there and, as I have said, wasn’t too sure I would be writing about my experiences with autism. However, there is one thing I did notice missing from the autism blogging community; autism dads. I was so surprised by this and I wanted to give these dads the opportunity to talk about … [Read more...] about Dealing With Autism – A Dad’s Perspective