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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by granny hatchet, Mar 9, 2014.
Do you think DD will step up to the plate when the time comes...
Papa, (feels weird calling someone close to my age Papa.. thats grandpa here) is that why your beautiful wife is not fully for vaccinations.
She is willing, Robert is not. He cant stand all the children and the noise they make. So I guess that might depend on where she is at in her life when the time comes. Her husband does not "believe" in autism. he is a fool . He would not be nice to Robert
Well hopefully Her husband will be struck by lightning by that time and the kids will be older and able to better understand.
That is a constant worry for sure. My Sis IL, her son has CP. Maybe caused by vaccines she thinks. He's 28 now. He's very low functioning, non verbal. . About at 5th grade. Can't read or write, but understands fairly well. She's 60. She worries a lot about what will happen to him.
It is the one biggest worry a parent faces with special needs kids. It has been on my mind from day one with no answers yet.
Willy lives in a small apartment on the land that they made him. He is a person of schedule. He has his farm chores that need to be done. He has the same traditions for each holiday and he has shopping days and one day at the fair. His mom sheltered him alot. He had a tough time when my sister had kids... He loves to watch cartoons with them and dress as Santa but didnt understand why he couldnt have kids... Very smart, but socially awkward... unless he loves you.
What is CP
The 18 yo old autistic boy I just placed a service dog with is a straight A student. Eats math books for snacks! Charming young man. Just overreacts to some stimulus.