No 1 Kiddo’s first birthday was wonderful, he stared at the presents instead of opening them.
I remember his 4th Christmas when he got so many more presents than his tiny brother, No. 1 Kiddo opened a few and then seemed to get fatigued and just liked to look at the unopened presents. He liked to store them in the cupboard in his room.
We have been on quite a few journeys across Australia visiting rellies on holidays and he likes to keep a momento to remember the significant time or journey, I remember we were on a ndirt road, central Australia, No. 2 kiddo is 4 months old and he saw a tumble weed tumbling across the dirt rd and he wanted to get it. I chased after it and retrieved it. Immediately presented with the problem that if we packed it in our van and tried to take it all the way home it would crack and break. I tried to describe this to him but he was too young to understand.
When we got to Kings Canyon we stopped and pitched the caravan, we had driven a long way and No. 1 Kiddo wanted to get out and play on playground. He wanted to play with some other kids. The other kids did not want to extend themselves to include him in their play and he could not understand that. He kept on trying to include himself in their group and they were trying to end interaction with him. I could see what was happenning and tried to get him to come and play with me but he still persisted with the other kids. They didn’t want to play with him and he started crying. What do you do in times like that. I don’t want my son to be hurt by other kids. #Autism #Birthdays #Central Australia #Kings Canyon #Uluru
Written and Authorised by Jane Muras, 4 Henry st, Hectorville, SA 5073 Candidate for Hectorville Ward CCC 2018