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  1. Lana
    December 10, 2012 @ 10:44 am

    Carrie – I was actually thinking about you and Jack this weekend, wondering this very same thing. I’m loving your blog – you write with your heart wide open! I appreciate the fact that you’re sharing your family with us, and educating those (like me) that don’t know much about Autism. Another great read, thank you!


  2. Kristin :)
    December 11, 2012 @ 2:32 pm

    Aww, this is beatiful! He sounds like a pretty amazing little man. And wow, Jack looks like a beast doing Karate! 🙂 Great stuff. Keep being a great parent!


  3. Missindeedy (@Missindeedy)
    December 24, 2012 @ 9:41 am

    I’ve saved this post. It is beautiful. From top to bottom. And, I love how you described his siblings as his lifeline to the world beyond your home. Such a beautiful description – and one we completely understand.


  4. Karen Budzinski
    December 31, 2012 @ 11:56 am

    I would love to know this amazing child, he shares many characteristics with our grandchild who has been labeled brilliant. You paint lovely, articulate word pictures. Thank you for allowing us into your life!


  5. April stephens
    January 22, 2015 @ 6:01 pm

    I am told that she can’t have autism because she talks so the school labeled her a bad kid. They won’t give her the services she needs. They say that there is academic autism and mental autism. I think that is baloney.


  6. Debora Cox
    January 26, 2015 @ 9:52 am

    You have a good attitude-and I too love someone with autism.Just diagnosed Aspergers with narcissist syndrome.Realitically-I can love him for him. But as an adult of 60 he needs therapy to understand his impact on others if that’s possible.I fear without these lifelines these kids grow up to be neglected lonesome people.Just because they appear to need no one,I don’t believe it’s true.Hats off to all those who see beyond a mental illness and see the person. It is very hard.


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