1. firstruleoffilmclub
    October 28, 2019 @ 10:49 am

    This is my life too- except for the cheese graters!- so thanks a thousand times for this. xxx


  2. Teresa
    October 29, 2019 @ 11:13 am

    My granddaughters, Kate and Molly diagnosed as well and are my joys! Such typical siblings, opposites… Kate, the elder…quiet, computer game guru, prefers staying to herself most of the time…refuses tv as she has severe anxiety for commercials… dont we alllll? She found her voice; however, via Disney movies. Rewinding over and over certain parts, Lilo and Stitch. Mary Poppins… her first sentences, had a cute British accent. Molly, is a tiny little “tomboy”.. her own description.. she is a chatter box, and talks over her sister incessantly.. argh. She has physical tummy maladies..that have gotten serious at times. Dad has shared custody and does all kinds of fun and stimulating activities with them, especially science. Molly is into computer programming now. Writing her own codes and designing pages… they have no friends… they are both quirky, brilliant, talented, eccentric, fun, beautiful…yet, no friends… breaks my heart.


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