Saturday, May 23, 2009

SOOC Saturday - the abilities of Autism


R looked at this set of cards the other day and kept saying fow and the
I could not figure out what he was saying till I found the two missing cards which had slipped behind the sofa cushion
How can someone look at this jumble and know whats missing in a series?

( confession- R is being a whiny little rat this morning and I am trying to start a Cycle of positive thinking .. sigh- harder some days than others !!!)

14 comments:

Tara R. said...

That is amazing.

Becki said...

I am always amazed by what our kids can do. R is one smart cookie!

Lisa said...

Remarkable.
Sunny days and rainbows being sent your way.

Mominin said...

That's amazing! And good job looking for the positive!

Rachel said...

That is astonishing. They manage to surprise us with how their mind works, huh? :) Have a great weekend!

Tomara said...

Smart child - even when others may not think so... Mom knows! Neat photo, too!

All About the Bailey's said...

Ethan is the same way...they are just too smart!

Hopesrising said...

I have two Nephews who have Autism each situation different. However both are blessed with things they do really well.
Positive influence from Mom is always a great thing.
Love the photo.

Julie said...

Awesome! I love that you've been sharing positive things about R for SOOC Saturday. =) I hope your day went better!!

Arizaphale said...

Doo doo doo doo (that's the Twilight Zone theme) ...I'm thinking 'Rainman'!!!!!!

You're right to try and focus on the positive.

robin said...

He definitely keeps you on your toes! Just amazing!!

Jewelz said...

Smiling :0)
Cheers
Jewelz

BenLand said...

it's really incredible the way children living with autism think....my nephew has asperger's syndrome and i can't tell you how much i love to sit and watch him play...he just looks at the world a little differently...
great picture....

Kristin said...

I, too, am amazed at times by things my son says or does.

: )

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On my life as the mother of an adorable 5 year old with Autism and Apraxia