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Wonderful things

Today someone on a facebook page I belong to asked what’s the most wonderful thing or something to that effect.

For me it has been seeing Adrian full of joy!!! Our child has been in and out of doctors appointments since before he was born.

When I was Eight months pregnant we found out that our baby would be born with Renal Disease. From then on we had ultra sounds once a twice a month and a scheduled delivery date. Read the rest of this entry

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Dentist and the spectrum

This week we had an odd event occur. Our son has been to the dentist a total of three times. This is due mostly to me having to find a dentist that would work with him. Usually he is stressed out and fidgety. Yesterday he and his sister were scheduled for a cleaning. I always try to schedule them together so I only have to make one trip. This visit went completely different. Read the rest of this entry

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Adrian is our seven-year old son. By our I mean my husband Steve of nearly twelve years and my son. Adrian also happens to be one of many living on the autism spectrum. Our son falls at the higher functioning end of the spectrum and was diagnosed with PDD-NOS (Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified) on May 28,2010 at BRAINS a neuropsychology clinic in Grand Rapids, MI. Since then Adrian has started kindergarten in inclusion. Read the rest of this entry