The Beginning…

It has been ONE YEAR since I started this blog! I can’t believe how fast the time has gone! I wanted to re-post a few of my very first posts so people new to my blog could know how it all began. I want to thank everyone that reads and follows my blog. My hope is that my blog educates and inspires all! My prayer is for kids and adults with autism to be accepted and loved.


About 6 months after getting married, my husband and I decided to have a baby.  Thankfully, it didn’t take long and we were soon pregnant.  Of course I purchased every baby book known to mankind and read and read and read, and then read some more!  The moment in my pregnancy that stands out to me is the day we found out the sex of our baby.  We found out we were having a boy! We were so excited but my husband was completely bonkers with this news!  He longed and hoped for a boy (he already had 2 daughters).  He called everyone and said “we have a penis, we have a penis”!  The next few months were plagued with more reading, fear of childbirth, heartburn, fear of childbirth, sleepless nights, fear of childbirth, decorating the baby’s room, and oh yeah did I say fear of childbirth! I secretly was…

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16 thoughts on “The Beginning…

  1. I so appreciate you re-blogging your beginnings. It gives me such a personal and clear perspective on this adorable little boy that I have fallen for virtually! As a mother of a fantastic little boy of my own, I completely understand every emotion you described. Only difference is that I found out that my first and only child would be born with a disability during month # 5 ultrasound. Talk about devastation!!! But today he is absolutely amazing at 4 years old and blowing minds at the things he is able to do. I’m going to blog about my experience with this soon since it’s an important part of my healing journey. Thanks so much for sharing your world!💕

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