#autism may limit some of your child’s abilities. However, don’t forget that stars can’t shine without darkness. What is more important is the possibilities you create for them ⭐️ -
A good sleep pattern is an important factor maintaining autistic children’s well being. I am currently undertaking a Masters research into the effects of sleep on autism features and anxiety. If you’d like to know more about how sleep impacts on your child’s functioning, please take part in my 15min online survey. Link is in bio! Have a nice day 🌻
I am thankful for CHLORINE!
Yes! You heard me right!
Water is essential to life! We all KNOW this! Access to clean water is a blessing and a privilege I am extremely grateful for!
Chlorine is wonderful at killing the junk in our water that makes us extremely sick! It keeps my kids safe (relatively) at the splash park!
But PEOPLE please filter your water! Chlorine can irritate your body in a lot of ways and may cause IBS and negatively affect your gut health (hello it kills bugs) if you ingest it!
Filter your tap water to reduce chlorine, lead, hormones and drugs! Yes ibuprofen is in your drinking water folks!
Put a chlorine filter on your shower head and one in your bath water to make your skin softer and less likely to itch.
Your body will thank you for it!
"Baby Julia aka JJ" #cancerwarriorprincess
with her Brother "Lucien" #autismwarrior 💚💛💘💜💖💜💘💛💚
Regrann from @hislove2016 - Last friday we had an experience i hope we never have to go through again. Our #cancerwarriorprincess was sleeping before they started her treatment. Well sometime in her sleep she pulled out her needle and the chemo got under skin. Dr said shes fine and swelling went down that day. We will try again this week. https://www.gofundme.com/jjs-treatment - #regrann
Since skateboarding has been a savior in our lives we are on a lifelong mission to tell other autism families our story in case they want to give skateboarding as a form of therapy a try. Skateboarding has so many positive benefits for someone with autism. This includes: a reason to get outdoors to exercise while breathing in fresh air, very good to help with balance and coordination, an excellent way to release energy, builds tremendous amounts of confidence and empowerment and a great method to socialize without having to communicate. Autism + Skateboarding = Perfect Fit Thanks for watching the fs disaster in this clip. ✌🏼+💙 ~Lisa
Lmaooooooooooo I whispered "I got it in her hair"..........I heard that lmaoooo love her!!!!!
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I cannot believe that tomorrow is the last day of kindergarten for these two. I’m an emotional mess, mixed with sad happy pride. The first day when they walked into that school in September, Honor was EXTREMELY attached to me and she was so distraught that I couldn’t be in school with her. She said ‘mommy, I can’t leave you. I am going to miss you too much’. And Lincoln...unsure of what he thought of the whole idea since he had experienced it before and it didn’t work out. But they both got through that day because they got to do it together. They had each other. In classrooms right next to each other, knowing they weren’t alone and our house was literally one minute away and I would be there to pick them up in just a few hours, together. They may argue like brother and sister but they are truly the best of friends and I am so thankful they have each other. Wherever we go, they stick together. I only wish I knew that bond. They are so blessed to have each other and I am so damn proud of them both. Congratulations my little loves. You did it. Together. ❤️ #honorandlincoln#brotherandsister#bestfriendsforever#lastdayofkindergarten#theydidit#together#autismwarrior#sheshisbiggestadvocate#theyllmovemountains#imahotmess#theyregrowingup
I can barely see thru my tears to type this. I’m literally a mommess (new@word). My sweet miracle man, Lincoln Cruz, has officially made it to first grade! His last day of Kindergarten is tomorrow, along with Honor. Now some of you may not know his story and may be saying ‘what the wa? Didn’t he just turn 8 last week?’ Yes. Yes he did. But Lincoln is an autism warrior. Sometimes his autism helps him soar above us all, and sometimes it holds him back a little, whispering ‘maybe not quite yet buddy, but we’ll get there’. Lincoln first attempted Kindergarten at age five in Texas. That lasted one month. Tried again at age six. No go. He just wasn’t ready. Age 7, along with his sister Honor, he once again set out for Kindergarten. And this proud autism warrior momma is so happy to SCREAM TO YOU ALL...HE DID IT!!! My baby. My miracle man. My preemie. The strongest fighter I’ve ever known. My autism warrior. He did it. And I won’t say ‘finally’ because that implies he isn’t in the right spot or time. But for Lincoln, he’s exactly where he was meant to be, at exactly the time he was meant to be there. And to those of you, including ‘family’ that I’ve since removed from my life because TOXIC, that turned us into cps countless times for him not being in school, all I have to say to you is YOU COULDNT HAVE DONE BETTER. He’s MY child. Nobody knows him better than me. And I knew when he wasn’t and when he was ready. So shame on you all for trying to get the government to push a special needs child into a major life change before he was ready. Shame on you for assuming you knew what was best for my child. Because I knew. And here he is. Right where he should be. And I am the proudest momma alive. (Psa: one more itty bitty bit of info for those of you that thought you k ew better than HIS MOTHER, your cps calls were a waste of time and resources. A child in NYS does not legally need to be registered in kindergarten until age 7 and there are NO rules as far as age enrollment with a DIAGNOSED special needs child. So good job wasting those tax dollars making those calls and making those workers investigate for NOTHING!) #proudmomma#congratslincoln#autismwarrior#firstgrader