Jake at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Art
Some of the words that Jake sight reads
Those of us who are carers for children who live with autism know that there are some obsessive behaviors that our kids can cycle through, and when one behavior is defused, a new one seems to pop up in it's place. This is very true for our six year old son, Jake. I have to say that as far as behaviors go, I'm not minding the fascination with the letters, and hope that the attention to detail that I am witnessing, is on it's way to being a productive means to reading and comprehension for him. The morning continued to be a delight for me with lots of snuggle time, tickles and laughs with my beautiful little guy, without him trying to escape my attention very much and giving into mom's love. This being in the moment time with my son was a wonderful blessing for me today. It has me reflecting on this special time with hope for lots of good things to come for the new year with my family. Those of us that live with children with special needs, can truly know what it means to cherish something when it doesn't come around every day. This was one of these special times for this one mom.
"Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take,
but by the moments that take our breath away."
Wishing you all, near and far, many
many special moments that take your breath away in the new year.
Jasmin Hill Gardens - Wetumpka
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