Talking to your child about autism: 5 Things you need to know

We’re beginning a new era right now. It used to be that most of William’s strange behaviors could be mistaken for weird preschooler nonsense, and required no explanation. But he’s 7 now. People are starting to notice that he’s different. Grownups, of course, don’t comment (well, not unless they’re 90 and they’ve┬álost their edit button)….

Somber hope: A Bishop’s visit

A crazy week diminished our ability to prepare, but my kids’ interaction with Bishop Paul was hilarious, sweet, embarrassing, and poignant.