1. Amy Goldstein
    January 27, 2020 @ 8:50 pm

    Hi, my name is Amy Goldstein and I need to say a huge, “Thank You”. I am sure you have lots of parents who have children with Autism thanking you for sharing your family’s story. I do not have that perspective. I am a principal of a school. Our program is a public school that serves all the districts in our county (Nassau County on Long Island, NY). Most of the students we serve are on the Autism Spectrum. I often read my staff your most beautiful descriptions of your life, your family, of your sweet and amazing son Jack. I never want them to forget that each child in our school is, “someone’s baby, someone’s whole world”. I can say that but you paint a picture that reminds them with each line what they need to hold in their heads and hearts as they teach our students. Thank you so very much!


  2. Momof3
    January 28, 2020 @ 6:36 pm

    Carrie: love your blog. I have a recently diagnosed 2.5 year old (also have 1.5 year old twins… oops!) would love to know…. it you could go back in time, with perfect information what would you do differently. The concrete things. More therapy? Less therapy? Special school earlier or later? More job skills or more academic work? I know everyone says it wouldn’t change anything!’ But what are those things you would change?


  3. Matte Blk
    January 31, 2020 @ 11:31 am

    You’re beautiFULL.
    And I know why:
    you ‘n your kids
    have a place Upstairs.
    God bless you.
    Cya soon…


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