I’m not a mom, but have a reader who is.
This is the third in a series of posts about being a mom with Asperger’s.
As difficult as I found being the mom of a newborn, I really enjoyed being the mom of a toddler. Suddenly this demanding little creature was starting to walk and talk and explore the world around her. She was still demanding and unpredictable and messy, but she was also lots of fun.
Aspies are blessed with a childlike sense of wonder and innocence that never really goes away. Discovering the world all over again alongside your child is an incredible experience. And when your little boy or girl develops a fascination with butterflies or dump trucks, you can put your aspie tendencies to work: visits to the library, field trips to construction sites, collecting things!
As an aspie, you’ve already mastered one of the keys to parenting a toddler: routine. I’m betting you’ll find nothing…
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