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A Pirate Boo Bear, A Witchy Mom, and Autism

For years I’ve been trying to help my son who has autism learn to handle going out into public places. To make it more fun and cool I started taking him to the Zoo and Mc Donalds (inside) with BOTH of us dressed up in our Halloween costumes. My older kids now adults think I’m silly because I dress up too, I respond, “What kind of a mom wouldn’t dress up with their son, even if he is 18 yrs old now 🙂 Life is too short not to have some fun.

A Pirate Boo Bear, A Witchy Mom, and Autism

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S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom’s son Dustin (autistic) May not have snow in Florida, but it doesn’t stop him from OMG! “Pretending” he does :)

So I’m at Walmart with my Dustin and Lindsay  . Dustin is walking through the store repetitiously saying Happy Holidays Mommyann …. Winter. Mommyann…. Snow. Then again Happy Holidays….. All of a sudden he stops and turns back… I turned to see what caught his eye…… This is what I saw (lol) Never a dull moment with Autism 🙂

(Enjoy this Autism Mini-Moment )

S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom Introduces “The Autism Welcomed Decal”

In this video S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom shares with you a couple of encounters she has had while with
her 17 yr. old son who has autism. Over the past few years she has tried to encourage families living with autism to be strong and venture out in to public places. Now she is asking for your help. She has created an idea that hopefully will make a difference in the lives of autistic families on a day to day basis. Please join her in this heart-felt video. You are an important piece to the autism puzzle. Help her today.

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