I started blogging before we knew that autism was a part of our lives. Our second son was diagnosed with autism when he was 5 years old. While Asperger’s is no longer part of the DSM, we feel that it describes the way that autism affects him best. I find myself identifying strongly with the profile and experiences of women who have been diagnosed with Asperger’s (especially as adults) but I have never been formally assessed. So while this is not exclusively an autism blog, it’s certainly an autism inclusive one.

2 thoughts on “Autism

  1. I found your blog via the freshly-pressed Halloween item (which I enjoyed) and then stumbled across the fact you have an autism link. I like your approach: refreshingly different. Unlike you (trying not to let your blog become an autism blog) I’m trying to keep mine as one 🙂 Look forward to future posts…


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