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  1. Aspie son, aspie mother

    Aspie son, aspie mother

    I had this beautiful aspie conversation with my aspie son (he doesn't know he is an aspie, or that I'm an aspie too). "I want to be left alone in school sometimes and they don't let me". "Don't you have a place to be alone during recess?" "No. And during class, as they say I'm the smartest in...
  2. The Gentle and Brave Writer

    Do teens know what they want to do when they grow up?

    "It's very difficult that kids that age know what they want to be when they grow up" said my dad, sixty-seven, when I was telling him that my daughter, thirteen, already knew what she wanted to do when she grows up. Today, in the locker of the pool where I go swimming, I heard two women...
  3. Sabrina

    Share your funny or cute aspie moments !

    My 8yr old son: “Every second grader was playing one single game of tag during recess”. —— Silence—- Me: ... Everybody except you, I presume. 8 yr old: Yes. I was just walking, and then, sitting. —— Silence—- I looked, amused, at my 13 yr old. We had a conversation years ago, when she...
  4. The Gentle and Brave Writer

    Learning at dinner time

    My eight-year-old son wants to know about the creation of everything, so I’m searching the web to find cool videos to share with him. He usually spends a lot of time in his own video games, he also has swimming classes, and spends time doing homework. And last, but not least, he has seven hours...
  5. The Gentle and Brave Writer

    A mom, a son and lots of curiosity

    My eight-year-old told me last night, again, that he’s not learning anything at school. That he wants to know how everything was created, and how the plants and animals were inside. I told him the we could learn it at home anyway. So today I found these very cool videos that I want to see and...
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