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    • Thanks! I briefly considered writing a florid love story piece but thought…that’s not me and that’s not us. I went into this blogging journey to be honest. It all started here. 🙂

    • Aw, thank you! That means so much to know that you read me! Some days I feel as though I am a babbling mess!

      I love seeing the beautiful pictures of your son! Such a doll!

  1. Love your “about” post and will have to read more of your blog so I’ll follow along! I like honesty and a good sense of humor can make the difference ‘eh? If you have the time and interest, I would love for you to check out my blog of kids’ projects etc. Take good care,
    Karen
    http://kartwheels.org/

  2. Just wanted to come by and let you know that I have nominated your blog for the Liebster Award! I really hope that you accept the nomination 🙂 you can head over to my blog to read the rules and see your nomination if you like 🙂

  3. I LOVE that you refer to your husband as “the maker of the steak”. I love it because it’s funny, but even more because the same is true in my house. My husband, the steak cooker.

  4. Your boy looks so cute! He’ll turn out just fine with an understanding family who stick up for him, and challenge him when he needs it. A psych mom sounds ideal! 🙂

    All those labels are only any good if they’re useful (ie make the child’s life work better) – but I’m sure you know that. Different experts use different labels, but it doesn’t matter if they help. (From 20 yrs of learning about autistic spectrum stuff first about a close friend’s child, then as a teacher, and then with a family member.) Anyway, labels are pretty rubbish really – the similarities between people with the same label are way less than their differences, in my experience.

    Oh, and the bit about being chucked out of a creative writing class made me laugh.

    • Thank you! He has since been diagnosed with “Mixed Expressive-Receptive Language Disorder” and “Articulation Disorder” with further testing needed for “Social Communication Disorder”. 🙂 Such a mouthful! 🙂

      But he is a wonderful kid and learns at his own pace. So we just keep working with him and hope for the best! Thank you for taking the time to read and comment!

  5. I love the quote at the top of your blog! Made me laugh in class. Confession: I’ve actually been following you for awhile now, but I haven’t been here much.. But that is going to change. I look forward to discovering more about you and your awesome family!

  6. Hi amber,
    I was searching info on MERLD (mixed expressive receptive language disorder) which my 4 year old son has, and stumbled on your blog. I see so many similarities for your stories between our sons. Question, does your son fight every possible activity initially, from dressing to eating to fun things? If so, have you found any thing that helps? Behavior is our biggest optical now. Our son says he is “afraid” of EVRYTHING. Just wanted to get your opinion…..

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