posted on Apr, 13 2007 @ 02:09 PM
Very cool. Thank you.
He is an absolute handful. He has 2 speeds. 200 miles an hour, and zero. I joke about my wife on here alot, but in all honesty she is SUPER MOM.
She's a stay at home Mom, so she's with him 24/7, and she deals with everything exceptionally well. When I get home she is burned out and frazzled,
and she always does what needs to be done to "Get there from here."
You are correct when you said that we feel like what could we have done differently? He has Aspergers which is highly functioning, in fact we've been
told that some people with this are just considered eccentric by their peers who don't know of the disease.
I can't tell you how much I appreciate everyone chiming in. I absolutely know, and thank god that if I were forced to choose an illness, this is the
one I'd pick. It's not life threatening, and he is such a great kid. It just hurts that "something is wrong" with my little guy. He's never known
anything but love. You know, it doesn't matter how bad a day I had, and in my line of work I've had more than my share of doozies, when I get home,
and he comes running up to me with his arms held out screaming "Daddy I love you! You're home" and we do our Super squeezy hug, funny, but nothing
else matters. All is good with the world.