Ding Dong: He has Autism, Ding Dong: The Witch is Dead

Ding Dong: He has Autism, Ding Dong: The Witch is Dead

Ding dong. What do you SAAAAAAAAY??

 

Ding dong. He’s nonverbal. He’s autistic.

 

Ding dong. He can’t talk. He won’t say it.

 

Ding dong. Sorry, he just wants to come in your house, he doesn’t understand why everyone keeps closing the door.

FORMING AN AUTISM POWER POSSE: Taking on The Koyosegi Puzzle Box

FORMING AN AUTISM POWER POSSE: Taking on The Koyosegi Puzzle Box

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When Phoenyx didn’t respond to his name at one, I waited. 
At two, when he wouldn’t look into my eyes while I held him, I asked questions.
At three, when he managed to sneak out of the house and was found alongside the highway, I realized this was actually a life-or-death situation.

Little Mystic

Little Mystic

Our children are born "seeing," empathic, and curious. And sometimes mothers find their ability to see again after giving birth. 

 

And some of us feel like: Who am I to teach and nurture this perfect being? Who am I to be a mother? How can I raise another being if I can't even control my carb intake?

The High Priestess

The High Priestess

The High Priestess is not the ice queen you think she might be. She’s the girlfriend you video chat while ugly crying that your D&C is scheduled for tomorrow and you’ll never be a mother, or who you text the pics where your toddler puked mac ‘n cheese on your curtains, or Jackson pollock-ed the bedroom door with his own shit, or other various and sundry bodily fluids that ended up on your faux-adult possessions that you still haven’t even finished paying off of your credit card.