As the two of you who will read this know, D is on the spectrum and mostly non-verbal at four years old. Mostly because he usually requires heavy prompting but there are other times where he blurts out random words. I'm not sure if this stems from hearing his sister talk all day long or … Continue reading Progress


D recently turned four and I'm just now being emotional about it.  I was watching an episode of Atypical on Netflix where the family came across a list of the mom's hopes for her teenage son on the spectrum.  One of the things she listed was that he would be able to communicate effectively.  My … Continue reading Four