Monday, August 1, 2011

50 Things Overheard At My Autism Household On A Typical Weekend :-)












(originally written & published on August 1, 2011)

50 things the wife and I say to each other on a typical weekend...

We are parents of an 8 year old boy (only child) with severe / classic non-verbal autism, add & adhd...


"he's up"
"what time is it?"
"where is he?"
"he's in the bathroom"
"I got him"
"he's in the kitchen"
"did he eat breakfast?"
"is he with you?"
"block off the dining room"
"he's playing with the lamp"
"turn off the lamp"
"where are his socks?"
"he's in the office"
"he's with me"
"he's heading upstairs"
"he's heading downstairs"
"he's heading your way"
"you got him?"
"he climbed over the gate"
"did you give him his pills?"










"when was the last time you took him to the potty?"
"I think he's wet"
"are we out of pull-ups?"
"he wants to go upstairs"
"he wants to go downstairs"
"it's my turn to nap"
"he wants to go out"
"I'm brining him in the backyard"
"I gave him his pills"
"did he have lunch?"
"how many nuggets should i make?"
"where are his sneakers?"
"any idea where the remote is?"
"he wants to watch tv"
"I think he's hungry"
"he wants popcorn"
"he wants cheerios"
"did he poop today?"
"I think his stomach might be bothering him"
"what were his poops like?"
"should he get a senokot tonight?"
"maybe I'll give him a suppository"
"is it melatonin time?"
"I'm brining him upstairs"
"he's finally asleep"
"did you eat dinner yet?"
"what's in the dvr for us to watch?"
"love you"





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