A beautiful child lies sleeping in my bed. I watch him quietly, controlling my breathing so I don’t wake him up. He’s perfect; an Angel. I roll slightly to my right side. His eyelashes flutter and his eyes fly wide open. “Mama. I’m bored, give me breakfast. Where’s my phone?” Downstairs, I hand him aContinue reading “It’s Chicken or the Phone. You Decide.”
By Andrea Watson March 2, 2021 A few years back, my sister casually mentioned to me that she knew I was autistic for a long time and she just assumed that I knew too. My world was completely turned upside down. So for the longest time I just thought I was a jerk who didn’tContinue reading “Why an Early Diagnosis is Important in Autism”
Surviving as a Parent With an Autistic Child I know, it seems like we’ve heard this all before, right? Dealing with autism is hard. VERY hard. It tries the best of us to within an inch of our sanity at times. We get hurt. We make mistakes. We misunderstand. We just cannot connect to ourContinue reading “Understanding Autism”
Whether I am blogging, responding to a million emails, or following people on Twitter, I always have a project going. I do these things to build up my following-I want people to read my blog! (and possibly hire me after I start pitching). During a few days of the month, I am busy writing 30-35 articles, blog posts, and landing page content for BizMilk.com. I love doing this and it brings in extra money, but it’s not a full time gig.