On raising a son on the autism spectrum, progressive politics, pop culture, and coffee addiction.
Truth is often stranger -- and funnier -- than fiction.
Am I liable for any damage caused to laptops by spit-up apple chunks? Hope not! (with me, it's usually coffee, sprayed on screen):)
Cheers for that one.
THAT MOM is every mom. This isn't an "on the spectrum" thing; it's universal. Willy Loman may have been Everyman, but every mom is Everymom.And to her bad mother, applause for you since safety is ALWAYS first, family is second, and strangers don't even make the list.Thanks for the link, Mom-nos.
Teal, just for the record (and to avoid any confusion), Her Bad Mother is not a "spectrum mom". Truth be told, she's also not a bad mother, but that's an entirely different subject...
Loved it. Thanks for the memories to both of you -- you and Her Bad Mother. Great stuff. I flashed more people than I care to think during the nursing stage. However, I would NEVER have been caught dead in the low rider jeans. I lived through the 70s, that crap didn't look good on any of us then, either - and I've got the photos to prove it.
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