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I'll never forget the day Griffin came out from his bath, wrapped in his Sesame Street towel, and asked, "Mommy, do I have Aspergers?" I immediately was filled with shock and relief. My husband, Tom wasn't home and I knew this was a conversation we needed to have with him together...

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The Sisters Of Invention are an Australia-based vocal group who write and produce all of their songs. What makes the group extra awesome is that the five girls in the group — Aimee, Annika, Caroline, Jackie and Michelle — all have a learning disability. Previously known as Hot Tutti, The Sisters of Invention are part...

DaddySantaSurprise1“Dear Santa, My Daddy Is In Iraq, And All I Want Is For You To Bring Him Home for Christmas.”

All she wanted for Christmas was one thing. One thing! Just for her daddy to come home from Iraq and, well... Click below to see if this thoughtful little girl got her wish!

SnowPlay1This Greyhound Is Wearing Pajamas In the Snow — And Having The Time Of His Life! I Love It!

Snow days are fun, no matter what age - or species - you are. Watch this excited pup enjoy the snow and outdoors - Batman pajamas and all.

CuriousCatSnowWatching This Curious Cat Investigate Snow Made My Day!

When snow drifts into the normally balmy south, it can cause a panic. People that aren't accustomed to snow can be mystified by it, but no one had as much fun discovering it as this curious cat!

olddog-bath1This Old Boy Gets A Bath To Soak His Aching Muscles — And Once You See His Grin, You’ll Be Grinning Too!

This human found a very effective way to give his aging dog the daily soak that the vet prescribed without stressing out his body and the result is incredibly cute. Just look at all the rubber duckies!

Protect Children with Autism from Wandering
Prevention is key to keeping a child on the spectrum safe from wandering. The "Big Red Safety Box" contains home alarms for doors, shoe IDs for children to wear (both now better quality to be longer-lasting), visual aid stop signs for the child to understand not to open doors, silicone wristbands, as well as many written material and forms to share information about the wanderer with family, friends, and law enforcement. Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ provide one Big Red Safety Box to a family to help keep children who show this behavior safe. Thank you!
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