1. Becky Armstrong
    September 3, 2018 @ 11:12 am

    I especially liked this blog. As a former teacher and as a grandmother of a 7 year-old with autism, I could relate. I pray for my grandson, also named Jack, but more importantly, I pray for his teachers. I pray they will have the patience and wisdom to accept and work through his autistic behaviors. I pray that they will love him as we do and appreciate the way God made him. He has a smile that can light up the world.


  2. Janet (grandmother)
    September 4, 2018 @ 10:59 am

    I am a grandmother of a 19 year-old grandson with autism. He is out of high school and trying to work his world into the outside world. He works part-time at a grocery store and takes a couple of classes at a community college. With the love and encouragement of his mother (my daughter) his father left yrs ago we have no idea where this will lead, but never give up. God knows and we keep that faith. Like every-other loving person dealing with autism, we would love to make it better for all. Jack is handsome and created in the image of God. Thank-you once again for sharing.


  3. chris
    September 8, 2018 @ 12:30 pm

    I receive book bub recommendations every day and this book popped up. Not sure if it is something you would be interested in reading but thought I would list the title for you to check out. The Reason I jump: The Inner Voice of a 13 year old boy with autism by Naoki Higashida. The reviews looked good. I am going to check it out also.


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