Tuesday, January 17, 2012

My 7 Favorite Facebook Posts So Far....


Since I've started my Autism Daddy Facebook Page in mid April 2011 we've covered a TON of topics on my page so far.  Some funny, some controversial, some just plain interesting...  

But what sucks about Facebook is that once the post is out there and everyone comments it kinda disappears down the page never to be seen again.

And I feel like that's a damn shame, a damn shame!   :-)

So, I took the time last night to scroll way back to July to find some of my favorite Autism Daddy Facebook posts, the posts that got the most feedback/ comments...

Here's 7 of them with links to the original Facebook posts with all the comments.  Feel free to comment on FB on the original indibvidual posts or you can comment below.  And if you a long time Autism Daddy follower and can remember any other favorites or doozies please refresh my memory and let me know and I will try to find them for a future blog post...

Here goes...  ENJOY!!

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Ok, AD readers, now it's your turn... Let's hear your grossest cleanup stories related to your ASD kids and bodily fluids (pee, poop, puke, saliva, or anything else :-)
Best story wins...my undying respect & admiration.
 July 7, 2011 at 6:44pm

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THINGS I NEVER THOUGHT I’D STILL BE DOING…

WIPING MY KID’S BUTT
PUTTING MY KID TO BED
SPOON/ FORK FEEDING MY KID

(feel free to add your own in the comments below :-)
October 12, 2011 at 5:21pm

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BENEFITS OF HAVING A SEVERELY AUTISTIC NON-VERBAL CHILD…
--THE WIFE & I CAN CURSE LIKE SAILORS…
--GREAT PARKING SPOTS (WITH HANDICAP PLACARD)
--GET TO CUT THE LINE AT AMUSEMENT PARKS 
--GET TO BRING OUR AUTISM SERVICE DOG WITH US EVERYWHERE
(feel free to add your own in the comments below :-)
October 12, 2011 at 5:22pm

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Anna Colding Jochum brought up an interesting topic on the AD wall earlier today. I'd love to hear all your thoughts. 

She writes...
"Having a kid on the high-functioning end of the spectrum isn't a bed of roses either. Some kids don't talk, mine won't shut up. Ever. The kid is allergic to silence. Some kids reject physical affection, my son has no concept of personal boundaries. I can't sit next to him at the table because I spend more time detaching him and telling him he is acting inappropriately than I do eating. My son spends most of his time in general ed which is great but it highlights the behavioral and social differences between him and his peers. We are lucky that he's high functioning but don't mistake that for life being easier, it's just a different bag of problems...."
October 17, 2011 at 7:57pm

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Kimberly Thomas-Kolber wrote this on the AD wall earlier today...
"Is anyone besides me getting sick of hearing about Temple Grandin?"  You know that I like the controversial topics :-) so I'd love to hear all your thoughts on this... I'm gonna be in the SS Live show for the next few hours but I'll put my 2 cents in later... Enjoy! lol
October 22, 2011 at 5:16pm 

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What's your ASD kid's worst / most annoying / drives you crazy "stim" right now? 
Winner wins a prize...of a blindfold and earplugs...
December 27, 2011 at 7:43pm

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Ok, so tonight's question...What's the most expensive thing your ASD kid has broken? And please include all the gory details as to its demise. Was it from repeated trauma...or did it go out in one blaze of glory? Inquiring minds want to know... :-)
December 28, 2011 at 9:13pm

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2 comments:

  1. All I'm gunna ask is, how can you bring yourself to keep buying expensive stuff? Flat panel tv's, super expensive furniture? Maybe it's just me, but if I kept spending the money and it kept getting destroyed I'd say screw it. Go for a cheaper, yet still.. nice, model. lol

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  2. Wow!! Still with my wife and son.... And having a blast every day. Life is what you make it.

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