Ali Family Autism Truths #28 – You Can’t Walk Away

D, chilling on the sofa before bedtime.

April 28, 2015 - Autism Awareness Month, Autism Truths #28I was face-timing with my daughter tonight, helping her complete an English assignment. She and the her siblings are at home with their Baba and grandparents, and I am out of town and spending time with my father, who had surgery today.In the background, I heard the voices of D loud and clear. A was in the study working, and when it got too loud where she was, she picked up her phone and computer and took me into the family room. … [Read more...]

Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

miss-you

Growing up, I can only recall one time when my parents left us in the care of a babysitter. Part of it was where we grew up (in a small Midwestern town away where there wasn’t much by way of entertainment). Another part was just how my parents were – more of homebodies who just weren’t inclined to leave their children. They didn’t seem to have a lot of complaints or difficulties, even when I ask them now, when it came to our upbringing.Were we easier kids to parent than our own children are n … [Read more...]


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