Today Early Bird asked me what it means when dogs yawn. I was surprised because I thought the answer was obvious. So I asked him what it means when he yawns to nudge him into the answer I thought was correct. Early Bird replied that it doesn't matter what it means when humans do it,... Continue Reading →

Getting My Tween To Talk

(This post was written with permission from Builder Boy. As he gets older, I am trying to be more aware of how blogging about him affects him, both now and in the future. He has veto and editorial power.) You know how the best parents are the people who don't have any kids? (Sarcasm) I... Continue Reading →


To help me infuse more emotion into my writing, I started searching around the internet for information on body language. But I also noticed some other things that I picked up on in my earlier searches: things that are natural for autistics are often listed as expressions of negative emotions.

Toilet Transitions

Going to the bathroom is boring. But there's a lot more than just that going on for autistics that make us avoid going until we absolutely have to.

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