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Our Mommy Blog Faves: Autism Awareness Month

  • From All About Boog

    All About Boog
    Mandy, aka Boog's mommy and writer of All About Boog, put together a blue-wreath craft to spread the word about Autism Awareness Month. Light it up blue with an adorable door decoration like this wreath and get the conversation started about the autism spectrum and the research that needs to be done.

  • From Autism and Oughtisms

    Autism and Oughtisms
    The latest statistics say 1 in 68 children are now diagnosed on the autism spectrum. The first thing Autism and Oughtisms' son said when he heard? "That's good!" And after reading her thoughts on his reaction, we agree.

  • From Two Brothers One Journey

    Two Brothers One Journey
    In this post from Angela at Two Brothers One Journey, she shares her frustration with only hearing about "high-functioning" autism in the media. This post really speaks for itself, but our favorite line is: "... it's a strange disorder, and if you have met one child with autism, you have met one child."

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    Autism from a Father's Point of View
    We know this isn't a "mommy blog," but we had to include it. Stuart of Autism from a Father's Point of View posed a challenge to the Minecraft community to stand against bullying on April 2, Autism Awareness Day. The internet responded in a heartwarming manner. Read his post to learn about the fundraising event that came out of his simple request, which will now fund servers where children with autism and their families can play Minecraft.

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    A Diary of a Mom
    This one gave us chills. In a month filled with hope, advocacy and cheer, you have to focus on the advocates who aren't just making noise, but also actively working for change. Jess at A Diary of a Mom put together this fantastic post about Well Served Tennis Academy, a summer camp that teaches kids on the autism spectrum about tennis.

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