As a mother, I will never give up on my child. As a mother of a child who has autism, I will never give up hope.
I look into his eyes and I see all the potential that he has to offer to this beautiful world and I just know that one day the world can see what I see.

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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

I really, really, really, really, really, really LOVE you!

Today was another Saddest. Day. Ever.

Today was Bryce’s last day of school and we had to say goodbye to his two Education Assistants (EA), Ms. C and Ms. M.

Ms. C and Ms. M were so incredibly supportive throughout the year and we will miss them both! Bryce has learned so much this year and had many accomplishments and I know a lot of it is because of his support staff, his teachers, and his amazing classmates. I am forever thankful!

To celebrate the last day of school there was an end of the school year dance and me and Bryce danced together. When this song came on, I couldn’t resist...

End of the year School Dance!

"I really, really, really, really, really, really LOVE you!" #ILoveSomeoneWithAutism

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It was a great way to end a great year!

Thank you again, Ms. M. and Ms. C for everything and I wish you all the best!

Thanks for reading,
Tanaya

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Thank you, Beary Sweet Cookies!

I just wanted to give a huge shout out and a big thank you to  Beary Sweet Cookies​, for generously baking these beautiful (and delicious!!!) puzzle piece cookies for me to give to my sons classmates as a show of my appreciation for their support and acceptance of Bryce this school year!

They were a huge hit (of course!) and I know they were made with love!

Thank you so much, Beary Sweet Cookies!

Thanks for reading,
Tanaya

Monday, June 22, 2015

Kind Notes. #AutismAcceptance

As some of you know my son is almost 14 years old, has autism. and goes to a regular school. He’s always been very accepted by his peers and they include him in as much as he can handle even though he isn’t very verbal (more echoic, like a parrot). Today Bryce came home with this ‘Kind Notes’ from his peers in his class and I really wanted to share it with you all as I think ‘Kind Notes’ is a beautiful idea!

Kind Notes from Bryce's classmates

This meant so much to me, more than these kids will ever understand!! Just having a proud and emotional mommy moment and wanted to share.

Thanks for reading,
Tanaya