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Why is it we spend the least amount of attention on the longest part of our life?

An article posted By Mark Roth / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette titled Autism Society of America conference ends with focus on adults with autism and it caught my attention, made me a bit angry and if you are the parent of an … Continue reading

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Graduation Day May 15, 2013

I’m not quite sure where the last 12 years have gone much less the last 18, but I am very sure in my gratitude for everyone involved in our lives most specifically the last 12. I remember very well the … Continue reading

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Thank You Adams 12 School District

The following is a letter I sent to the School District that Kyle and Hunter have attended since pre-school. I sent it because the boys have had a very positive experience and far too often those that teach and care … Continue reading

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Book review – When Down Syndrome and Autism Intersect

When my sons were born we were fortunate to have a local Down syndrome support group  that provided us with a book on what to expect as parents of a child born with Down syndrome. If you’ve read my book … Continue reading

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So What

I was asked a question the other a week or so ago that has caused me to go silent for a week or so; silence and quiet give the opportunity to find clarity or at least allow us to make … Continue reading

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Forgotten . . .

There are a few moments in my life I will never forget: Asking Michele to marry me. Michele answering ‘yes’. Saying “I do”. Michele telling me she’s pregnant, with twins. The Doctor telling us, both of our sons have Down … Continue reading

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Moments Like This

I love your soul and your caring nature, you have taught me patience, understanding and the meaning of pure joy. And I love your personality and sense of humor, two things I hope you have gained from me, and I … Continue reading

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