Not another autism blog!
Let's get a few things on the table. I am not a writer. At all. I suck at grammar and spelling and you better thank your lucky stars I'm typing this. My handwriting is abysmal.
I have done two things really well. One, I picked an awesome husband. Two, we made the best kid on earth. Handsome too. We also made one that is on the autism spectrum and here I plan to write about that.
When you have a kid with autism, you really have a whole household with autism. The rules change dramatically. (and often without warning). Now I don't plan on addressing the how's and whys of it. Although that does interest me and I may. Hey, my blog, my rules. Look at me switching them up like my kid or something. :-). Nor do I want to make this a Debbie Downer my life is the pits. (I'll give you all fair warning if it's a pity party I'm inviting you to and you can just chose to skip it)
I tend to be snarky and rather flip. About autism, life, marriage etc... It's just what I do. I'd rather be laughing than crying and if I can be cracking the jokes first, all the better.
I just know one thing, life with my son is NEVER boring. Often funny. And frustrating. And repetitive. And challenging. And messy and repetitive. (oh see what I did there? ha! I am funny)
So I will try to share that with you all. To show you what life with autism and a side of fries can be life. If there is one thing the kiddo has taught me, fries go with anything.