The traumatic incident, NIAM BUDDED IN LINE, STOLE A FRENCH FRY AND THE MEDICS WERE CALLED , occurred a few weeks ago,
I have been thinking for a very long time, scouring the internet for the perfect idea, to share my thoughts on who is the Autism Daddy
The world is a complex place, a multitude of sensory stimulation, absurd social etiquette, rules and regulations making no sense to the intelligent,
In today’s world the reality is adults are living longer, well beyond their 70’s, a figure that gives me great relief, sometimes at night, I lie in my bed and mathematically try to figure out, if I live to the age of 90, I can care for Niam
HOW TO TEACH YOUR CHILD TO MAKE THE BEST KIT-KAT CAKE FOR FATHER’S DAY ( FOR THE NON MARTHA STEWART )
I have a confession to make, not easy for me to admit, I am a failure at one of the most basic requirements of mommy hood, my cooking skills are terrible, actually they suck, my family would rather eat anywhere, than have me try to cook even a simple meal, sometimes I go all out and go gourmet – a grilled cheese sandwich on rye with French cheese and home cut fries, reserved only for special occasions.
Father’s Day is fast approaching, my children want to make a homemade cake to surprise dad for Father’s Day, I’m no Martha Stewart, and here lies the problem, there too old for me to buy a cake from the local Italian Bakery and pass it off as my own, a skill I have mastered. I know what cake pans are, how to mix batter, pour batter, that’s really about it, I looked for a cake, I could succeed at, was easy and simple and, I wouldn’t look like a fool in front of the kiddos, after all they think I am this great baker, baking all kind of exotic pastries I don’t even know the names of like Bruttiboni, Cannoli and Crocette of Caltanissetta.
I wanted to let you all in on a elusive story, a story about to break any moment, on BBC …. ssshhh….., I have the pirated copy of the interview, already uploaded to YouTube from someone half way across the world, of why our children with autism can be unhappy and have warranted outbursts. The interview was telepathic, of course, he ONLY has emerging speech, the topic: life as he sees it, the things I am doing wrong or just don’t seem to understand, I am told to throw away the ABA Textbooks, the answers are in our children’s reality.
Mommies why can’t you get it right?