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Old 12-10-2012, 02:14 PM   #13
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Re: Christmas with a special needs child - write your own blurb/advice/experience her

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Originally Posted by ChelseaGirl7 View Post
Lesson #107: Make sure you take food that your very picky asd kiddo will eat to the family dinner. Otherwise he will either throw a fit because he is hungry, or hide the whole evening. Although he might hide the whole evening anyway.

Chelsea mom of 4, from my phone
To add to #107 (kind of): Do not forget the supplies if you travel! That includes extra snacks of what your lo will eat and/or pump, tubes, bags, formula or shakes, diapers, ostomy supplies and catheters (mostly for E), special autism gear, meds, wheelchairs (if used off and on), braces, crutches, rollators, etc. I've caught myself many a time going out the door without a catheter and supplies and a snack. I need a list!
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