AUTISM LOVE LIST.

THE AUTISM LOVE LIST.

Are we crazy to love a developmental disorder such as autism ? No we are just a group of loving parents, grandparents, carers or friend of someone special on the autistic spectrum. We choose to look at the bigger picture, instead of just seeing the label we see the person. We don’t hide in shame or run away we stare it in the face everyday we embrace it, cherish it and most importantly love it!

So what better way to show and share the love then to create a list of love. comments from parents, carers and friends all came together and joined into one to create something beautiful something displayed here with pride. The autism love list is one of a kind.

Claire Louise.. I love my sons appreciation for the simple things in life.

Sunshine Boatright.. I love the love & true spirit that shines forth from everyone with autism I’ve ever been given the pleasure to know.🙂

Michelle Gabiles.. I love how my son is creative and has a great imagination.

Charlotte Wilson.. I love how it takes uniqueness to a whole new level!

Charlotte parkinson.. I love the way they tell the truth no matter what.

Kathie Smith Mcduell.. I love the total innocence of my son.

Donna Golland.. I love my son cause he come so far after medical professionals told me he would never speak or be able to do anything well he an inspiration proved all professionals wrong and is so loveable and a cherish to have!!!

Tamera Neese.. I love to see how very special the parents are who blessed with their very gifted children!

Rachel Parkinson.. they make you laugh at times and you just can’t help but love them x

Paula Ratcliffe.. I love autism because well I have 6-year-old set of twin girls that are autistic and I love the way they look at things the way as an adult at least I wouldn’t look at them. They have this huge curiosity to everything

Joann Williams.. I have loads of reason’s, but to sum it up in one sentence I would have to say, I love the innocence, the dry sence of humour & the way they see everything black and white and just tell the truth even if sometimes it can be embarrassingly funny, I just love it all.

Gaye Dalton.. Well I hope I have a healthy love for myself. :o)

The thing I love most about being autistic is that deep down inside me nothing depends on other people’s validation to define me.

Sharon Hendry.. My best friends son has Aspergers,and to sum him up,I would say he is unique,loving ,with a sharp mind and a very big hear

Rachel Stables.. I love autism because when i least expect it some wonderful moment happens between my son and myself🙂

Paula O Conner.. I love the way both my sons see the world, they often show me new ways to look at thing

Janette E Robb.. I love my son’s lack of guile, his innocence, his generosity of spirit, his openness, his indignation at injustice, his love of freedom, his gentleness, his quirky humour and his compassion and his goodness.

Rachel Nixon.. I love my daughter’s unique world-view and the beautiful faraway look in her eyes.

Vanessa Collins Murray.. I love my daughter just because she is who she is: I wouldn’t change her if there was a miracle cure tomorrow because she’d cease to be the person I love now.

Michele Guarnieri Fuchs.. I love autism because it has made me a much stronger and more understanding mother than I could have ever imagined myself to be.

Venessa Brown.. I love autism, because it shows how unique my son is in all ways… From being loving to being horrible.. But still love him just the same as he would not be who he is!! I have accepted him so why can’t people learn to accept and understand all children with their own uniqueness!!

Sameul Guibot.. As it may be thought a long time before answering, I’d say : definitely : The willing to be true, unique…

Madeline Mcewen Asker.. Do you remember when Michael Savage called autistic kids ‘brats’ on his radio programme [ it was a big thing out here at the time]

And yes – I know he was quoted out of context

And yes – I think he believed he was trying to be funny.

Anyway, I figured out what brat might mean, at least for us:-

BEAUTIFUL

RAMBUNCTIOUS

AUTISTIC

TRIBE

[There again, ‘two’ doesn’t constitute a ‘tribe.’]

Apart from that, I think everyone’s already covered it above.

Lora Hawkins Aspiotis.. I love my son autism and all, with his unconditional love and the quintessential joy that he brings to my life!

Alison Hill Anderson.. I love the way Autism helps me to realize and celebrate the smallest victories for my son🙂

Debbie Bird.. i love my sons honesty and his unique outlook on life

Sinead Wearen.. I love that my son has passion in his life. I know it might be about lobster pots this week and old-fashioned gun powder the next but he has passion. There are so many people in this world without it.

Rosie Healy Mackel.. love how autism makes me go back to basics and makes me see life can be simple but we over complicate everything for our kids

Kathy Jones.. I love that I have the privilege to see how my son will help others his entire life to learn to see things differently so that we can all learn to love each other UNCONDITIONALLY!

Regina Szpuk.. I love my son is he so special to me, he has such a big heart and he is so compassionate.He see’s the world through his own eyes, I encourage that and would not change him for the world..

Trinitya Briantri Asni.. I’m now studying about children with Asperger for my final Assignment.. and it interests me because they are really special and unique, and very talented.. the parents should encourage them to reach their aspirations..

Billy Crowley.. I love the way our four-year old daughter says “I really really really love you Dad!” or “you got me the best Mum in the whole wide entire world!” No half-hearted sentiments here.

Wendy Scheller.. I love that my daughter is honest.

Tara Bradley.. I love that my son is not concerned about being “too cool” to kiss me!!!

Terri Boyle.. I LOVE the randomness of them even when it goes on and on and on, it makes me laugh like no other “normal” child can do. I love the way they look at the world and how much my special children have brought into my life.

Sarah Gallego.. My amazing boy, Ben, who warms my heart, surprises me each and every day. I adore him beyond belief and it makes up for all the rubbish that makes me pull my hair out!!

Aisling, Kenny.. I love autism because it has taught me how special my son is… With every little thing he doesit makes me so proud to be his mammy…I love every little thing about him and I love him so much.

wizardesslyn.. I love that my nephew Tobi helps me remember that kindness is so very important!

Missy Norrell.. I love my son’s wicked and quick sense of humor. I love how he observes life from a different angle and finds the funny things in it that few others see.

SianI love my autistic son’s honesty and uniqueness.
The way he pays attention to detail.
I love the way he looks at me and shows me the meanings of what he wants to say but cant express in words. I love all the milestones he accomplishes that doctors said he possibly couldnt and I love how he has made me realise you shouldnt take everything for granted.

You can try clicking on the names of the author to see if I have provided a link back to their blog or website.

Want to get involved ? Do you have a different reason for loving Autism/ Aspergers and it’s not listed above. If so get in touch or leave a comment and we can add you to the love list.

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34 Responses to “AUTISM LOVE LIST.”

  1. Louise September 22, 2013 at 6:01 pm #

    I love the way my jack sees beauty in things not many 6 year olds would appreciate. The clouds, the sunset, the stars, beautiful scenery and nature. He inspires me to live in the moment and really look and see the beautiful things we forget to notice because life can be so hectic.

  2. shirley evans March 29, 2013 at 11:45 pm #

    Neve loves something special with Mr Tumble,She becomes absolutely engrossed when he’s on screen

  3. Jeena Smith January 15, 2013 at 7:28 am #

    My younger brother has Autism, but whenever i look at him i find myself lucky to have a very special brother like him.
    I always try to help him and support him, becasue his acts of naughtiness are means of survival for me.

  4. throughacceptinglimits December 22, 2012 at 10:11 pm #

    I love that my son’s autism has taught me that the world is full of kind, generous, loving people who are delighted to help us and make our lives a little easier – if we just swallow our pride and ask for help. I’ve learned who my true friends are, thanks to our family having the gift of autism.

  5. Sonia November 2, 2012 at 9:16 pm #

    I love my cousin for exactly who he is. At times I can’t beleive he is only 10 years younger than me and then other times I feel like he has already lived a full life and is wise beyond his years. He is kind and gentle and the most honest and sincere person I know.

  6. Sara October 13, 2012 at 7:22 pm #

    My beautiful boy makes my heart sing. He is my world and Im so proud to be his Mummy!
    xx

  7. tanya August 18, 2012 at 11:39 pm #

    Hello, I’m a newbie to this. So, please forgive me my ignorance. I have just been reading some of your blogs and poems, and I have been crying my eyes out. I know none of you want or need pity. And my tears are not of pity, but for admiration. I admire the way you all admit how hard it is to cope on a daily (and nightly) basis. At the moment, my son is in the kitchen getting himself a drink while the adverts are on. He is watching iCarly (their vouces grate on my nerves!) but Jack luvs it. I recognise some of the things you all talk about in jack. ie…. His intelligence, His search for knowledge of the things he’s most interested in. His eye for detail. The way he tries to make me understand the way to kick his football so he can score the perfect goal. The running commentary he gives while playing football on his ps3. His kindness & consideration for me. The cheeky glint in his eye when he’s trying to “butter me up” for something that I might not let him do. The list is endless. He is a special, beautiful little boy, and I am privalidged to have him in my life. There are more positive things to this than there are negative! And I want to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone on here. Because, had I not stumbled across this site, I might still be sitting here feeling very sorry for myself and angry at the life I have been given. But instead, you all have opened my eyes and shown me how to love my son instead of hateing the condition. Thank you. Tanya

  8. josephine smith June 7, 2012 at 10:24 pm #

    i love that i wouldnt be where i was today, without having aspergers syndrome.

  9. Cass Westbrook-Johnson May 1, 2012 at 12:23 pm #

    I love the way my Aspie Grandson’s innocence shines through in everything he says and does.
    I love the way he calls uncomfortable clothing ‘Spicy’.
    I love the way he says “you are the best Nan a boy could ever wish for”
    His uniqueness is a thing to be celebrated and embraced.
    I love the cuddles he is now able and willing to give me.
    I love the fact he lives with me during the week.
    I love the way he makes me laugh each and every day!
    I love the fact he makes the world a more beautiful place.

  10. brandon anderson April 27, 2012 at 4:27 pm #

    i am an aspie

  11. clairelouise82 April 22, 2012 at 11:49 pm #

    Thanks for your lovely comment, it did make me smile. Its lovely to hear positives over difficulties isn’t it! Thanks so much for visiting. xx

  12. Susie C April 22, 2012 at 9:03 pm #

    My AS husband and two kids can drive me to despair some days, but when they find something amazingly funny & collapse into uncontrollable giggles, it is the most beautiful thing. My kids are also wonderfully entertaining and make up the most brilliant dance routines. Their core qualities are kindness, gentleness and very loving hearts. All the bad stuff is just coping mechanisms.

  13. laura kirchner March 26, 2012 at 1:10 am #

    My son is 2.5 years old and is the most gorgeous creature I have ever seen. He glows like a lantern in the dark. My husband and I often say that no amount of worldy goods could persuade us to change our son into the average child. His beauty is radiant and undeniable and when he smiles the whole room smiles with him. I don’t care if he can’t ever tie his shoes and lives with us forever is he something truely wonderful to see

  14. Janice Broomfield February 17, 2012 at 5:19 pm #

    I love all 3 of my children with all my heart, they’ve made me look at the world in whole new way, the way they do, i love the way they see everything as it is put infront of them, no messing about, i love the little ways they show how they feel since they can’t always say it the way they want to, i love their sense of humour, the most simple things can be hilarious to them, and their intelligence just blows me away, my 3 little geniuses x

  15. Ness Gorton (@baggiesbabe69) December 16, 2011 at 11:49 pm #

    how lovely is this, makes my heart swell x

  16. jessica whitehead-stevens (@jessws2011) December 8, 2011 at 10:47 am #

    this is a lovely list i enjoyed reading it, how positive.😉

  17. Liz Mellor November 25, 2011 at 10:27 am #

    i adore my 4 year son who has classical autism but i would cut off my limbs with a blunt knife if it could mean he didn’t have autism – i just don’t understand why people say they wouldn’t have their child any other way – would you say the same if your child had diabetes, cancer etc? my son is non-verbal – it must be so frustrating for him to have to try so hard to communicate with us, the world must also be a baffling, scary place for him – i think people are confusing autism with personality – my son has a wonderful personality – a cheeky grin, a goregeous laugh etc and he would have all of these without autism, he would still be him without autism

  18. Jenny Penny November 5, 2011 at 10:26 pm #

    I am a girl who got Autism. Who can’t really make new friends too hard me make really upset.
    I am a girl who really like to handwriting a lot, liking to make the teacher laugh!
    I am a girl who like to dance, listen to music, go on a computer or on a laptop.
    I am a girl who sometimes repeat her self.
    I am a girl who gets wind up all the time.
    I am a girl who gets into trouble a lot.
    I am a girl who get pick on a lot.
    I am a girl who need to make a new friends who i really trust.
    I am a girl who is feeling really alone.
    I am a girl who always staying in at play times sometimes.
    I am a girl who really need to gets help.
    I am a girl who really talk anyone.
    I am a girl who feels like getting push out of stuff.
    I am a girl who always put same things!
    I am a girl who really need a new friends who can keep secrets and who I really trust of a best friend.
    I am a girl who feels really alone.

  19. wtfhappenedtomyreallife September 24, 2011 at 1:37 am #

    I love my wonderful brilliant aspie son for his creativity and his quick wit…for his talent as an artist and writing and singing. I love my son for his sensitivity and his confidence and even for the sense of humor that can sometimes hurt my feelings but I know he doesn’t want to hurt anybody. I love him for every single thing that he is and for all the things that he isn’t. Most importantly I love his heart. And I love that he is mine.

  20. AthenaisMedomai August 24, 2011 at 4:35 pm #

    I love my daughter and who she is because of her Autism… I love her sensitive nature and her sense of humor. I love her creativity and how deeply she feels. I love the spontaneous (if rare) hugs and “I love yous.” It’s hard to wish away the Autism because she wouldn’t be who she is without it, but I can’t love this disorder. Only my daughter.

  21. karen August 6, 2011 at 9:01 am #

    I love the order, the simplicity, the border lines, the randomness, the innocence, the honesty, the uniqueness, the humour, the smiles, the self expression that can be so difficult but they try so hard and manage it, the connections and breakthroughs, and the utter sunshine these kids bring me at school every day.

  22. Chrystal July 18, 2011 at 2:31 pm #

    I love my son who has just been diagnosed with Asperger. He is unique and I adore all of him. I would not change him for the world, he is creative and genuine, he can be maddening beyond belief, and then I remember that he only wants to be understood, and I am reminded that we all do want to be understood….He is teaching me to take the time to look at the world with new understanding, rather then the more generic or common world view cultures operate from. He is a unique gift and blessing. (This is for you my love)

  23. Fairy Paradise February 10, 2011 at 6:39 am #

    Glad I discovered this on google .

  24. amanda neal October 22, 2010 at 7:03 am #

    i love my sons intelligence – some of the stuff he comes out with absolutely knocks me socks off. i am sooooo proud of him. he is handsome, funny, intelligent, sassy and i wouldnt change him for the world. im proud to be the parent of somebody on the autistic spectrum🙂

  25. Lori September 9, 2010 at 3:12 am #

    I love Autism’s Unconditional Love, Creativity, Honesty, JOY and Non-Judgmental Character.❤

  26. Sian April 18, 2010 at 4:50 pm #

    I love my autistic son’s honesty and uniqueness.
    The way he pays attention to detail.
    I love the way he looks at me and shows me the meanings of what he wants to say but cant express in words. I love all the milestones he accomplishes that doctors said he possibly couldnt and I love how he has made me realise you shouldnt take everything for granted.

  27. Missy Norrell April 14, 2010 at 3:24 pm #

    I love my son’s wicked and quick sense of humor. I love how he observes life from a different angle and finds the funny things in it that few others see.

  28. Janine Valerio April 5, 2010 at 9:48 pm #

    Do I love my son? YES
    Do I love him more than life itself? YES
    Do I love autism? NO, I can’t say that I like it really and I am sure many would agree with me!

  29. aisling kenny April 5, 2010 at 9:35 am #

    i love autism because it has taught me how special my son is…with every little thing he does it makes me so proud to be his mammy…i love every little thing about him and i love him so much xxxxxx

  30. wizardesslyn April 5, 2010 at 4:29 am #

    I love that my nephew Tobi helps me remember that kindness is so very important!

  31. Sarah Gallego March 18, 2010 at 8:27 pm #

    My amazing boy, Ben, who warms my heart, surprises me each and every day. I adore him beyond belief and it makes up for all the rubbish that makes me pull my hair out!!

  32. Terri Boyle March 16, 2010 at 1:18 pm #

    I LOVE the randomness of them even when it goes on and on and on, it makes me laugh like no other “normal” child can do. I love the way they look at the world and how much my special children have brought into my life.

  33. rach February 18, 2010 at 2:47 am #

    Really love it.x

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