Before my son Nate was potty trained, I would put him down for a nap—you know, the kind where they don’t actually seem to sleep. One day, after about an hour, I went into his bedroom to check on him and discovered that my son was a budding Picasso. Unfortunately, the medium he chose was poop, and his canvas—the freshly painted walls of his bedroom. After several incidents, I seriously contemplated duct taping the diaper to his butt. Fortunately, my husband came to the rescue by finding Onesies™ big enough to fit him and a snug pair of blue jeans.
NOTE FROM MARCIA HINDS – Megan and Ryan’s mom:
Ryan became an aerospace engineer, because he received proper medical treatment combined with behavioral, and educational interventions. To preview my book, “I Know You’re In There – winning our war against autism”go to Amazon or my website www.autism-and-treatment.com
All profits from the book go to autism research/treatments.
Contact info for Marcia:
Phone: 805 796-8213 Email: For help finding a doctor firstname.lastname@example.org
There is more info to help on my website.