Jeni Decker is an amazing writer and an even more amazing mother.
Sometimes a story seems to begin in one direction, then goes in another direction, and I'm not quite sure if the author properly ends all of the paths she starts on.
I see them thru this book and most of them have really related to the feelings that are expressed.
As a parent who has a child on the spectrum this book was a breath of fresh air. I loved how honest she was with her experiences.Published 14 days ago by mandapanda75
This is a funny memoir about what it is like to raise two autistic children. Anytime I think I've had a hard day, a read a chapter of this book and realize my life isn't so tough. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. D. Hale
Due to the subject matter of a child with a developmental disability (which I've worked with very much) I thought this would be better than it was. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Zephyra D. Skousen
This book is amusing and has funny moments but in my opinion, it was mostly complaining about her own lifestyle with her autistic children. Read morePublished 5 months ago by kathi sodell
This book helped me to realize that I am not alone in struggling to understand an unusual child. I have two that are dealing with hypersensitivity, anxiety disorders and... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lorraine Rock
Found it an ok book, there are some very funny moments , but all in all found it an ok read.Published 11 months ago by Jorge
Very likable narrator, living a life that most of us don't even want to imagine, but makes she makes you laugh.Published 13 months ago by Ginny
It was everything that I wanted and was the perfect match! It arrived quickly and surpassed all my needs. It was perfect!Published 14 months ago by Kaleigh Owen
Realistic look at life on the spectrum. Ms. Decker writes with open and brutal honesty that is both poignant and humorous. Read morePublished 15 months ago by CristiAk