They blew up balloons, posed for me, mixed juice, iced cupcakes, and most importantly played with my kids while...ya know, did stuff.
McKye "helping"...thank goodness for easy wash paint.
And my personal favorite "Autism Bunny"
Face painting station was a hit.
I'm kinda in love with how cute Levi is right now (plus McKye was crying through most of the fun)
So there's a silly amount of shots of Mr. Levi.
And his wonderful friends.
Watson won for best use of blue. LIGHT IT UP WATTY!
How many great dads does it take to screw in a blue light bulb???
All of em, cuz I told them to stand there for the picture!!! (Ben was so impressed)
always makes for a good time....
(My parties are always inda chaotic.
I need someone to run them. I love planning and preparing them, but once it's party time I just wanna take pictures...oh well, I think all the kids had fun:)
Thanks always to Benny, who puts up with the theme parties when he'd MUCH rather just sit and talk with friends. He's good sport:) And handsome in blue.
As I looked at all these peopel. Peopel who love Aaron.
Homes where he can be himself...even if that self usually takes his pants off.
To all our friends who love Aaron, undies and all,
we thank you.
You, are who really "light up" our life.
"We want for him to love and be loved, to be all that he can be and that is the same desire we have for all our children. We want him to be respected for who he is and not for what others think he should be." --Barabra Nish
Fixing the person is not the challenge – exploring new ways of enabling and honouring human expression is the challenge.”
Irish president Michael D Higgins speaking of Autism.