Three Simple Words: I’m with Jack

Lana loves her brother Jack. After all, she taught him all about tickling.

She learned from him that autism can be hard and “being different can mean you need a friend even more.

As you can see from this fantastic video that 9 year-old Lana made, Jack may have autism but he isn’t alone. Crank up the volume–this one will leave you smiling.

Rachel L. MacAulay

Founder at Challa & Haggis
Still learning that there’s no such thing as perfection in parenting, or in life, though I don’t stop trying. Avid reader; lapsed wanderer; reformed cynic. I believe every day should be filled with children’s laughter.

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