S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom & Dustin Attend A.S.G.O.’s “10th” Autism Walk!

S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom

(STRONG MOTHERS ALTERING AUTISM’S REALITY TOGETHER)

Wish I could say I had a nice time at the walk today, but unfortunately just before we left this morning, Dustin fell running out the door and after , complained about his back. But still wanted to go to the Autism Walk . He’s always so excited to see Ronald McDonald & of course get his picture with him . So We Came. We Saw. We Conquered. But our  stay consisted of only walking one lap. I had to bring my Boo Bear home, only instead took him to the ER. No worries. He’s relaxing with the help of the doctor.

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Took him to McDonalds to eat before taking him to the hospital to see why his back was hurting. He’s still complaining, so better safe , than sorry . Amazing how a french fry can bring such a sweet smile to his face .So sick of this place.UGH!
Just another example of the things we endure for our special guys/girls (LOL)

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This was from yesterday when we were waiting for the doctor to see Dustin at the hospital after the Autism Walk . (No , he didn’t get hurt at the walk) But shortly after , Dustin was treated for pulling a muscle in his back. He’s doing fine, but better to be safe than sorry .So hard to get him to “Slow” down . Especially when he’s so excited to see Ronald McDonald .
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S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom’s (MAY) 2014′ Mother’s Day Video Special: “Too Excited to Stay Calm….Dustin is Going To Prom !”

S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom

(Strong Mother’s Altering Autism’s Reality Together)

Hello S.M.A.A.R.T.Moms!
So glad you could join us this month. May is all about Moms, but this time it’s not just for this mom, but for our son Dustin who has autism. He is getting ready to Graduate from school and about to experience his “First” Prom Dance !  As a mom of a soon to be adult with autism this Prom is so much more special than I think some parents take for granted. For me, going to Prom with my older children was a wonderful experience. However, with our youngest Dustin; Autism made just the idea of “Prom” uncertain. So because of that I had to share this moment with all of my Sister  S.M.A.A.R.T.Moms. This month’s lesson…..Never feel Uncertain of your child with autism. Instead follow my lead and make the seemingly Impossible…..”Positively Possible”
BIG HUGS to Everyone & Have A  Very Magical Mother’s Day !  🙂

(Click On Photo to Watch Video)

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