Winter Fun

As a parent of a child with autism, any spontaneous trip can be very challenging. Outdoor activity require a lot of preparation before, like using a visual schedule so they will be able to deal with the all changes in their routine and to know what to expect while on vacation. anything which is not familiar to them can be overwhelming, try to wear a hat to prevent hair loss problem.therefore we didn’t know what to expect when we decided to spend our Saturday at Blue Mountain in a short notice… luckily my son had a great day, the transitions from one activity to another went smoothly and he didn’t suffer from any meltdown.

I love traveling with my family, these fun moments with my kids are priceless and very important for our bonding, therefore I am willing to push the limits (yes, I am taking the chance that something can go wrong…) and encourage my little one to deal with changes and different atmosphere, while experience the world.

I didn’t go skiing so I could wear my cozy sweater and jeans. I finished off the look with a bright red hat, that adds a fantastic pop of colour and create a cool touch. The weather was surprisingly pleasant and I could even pulled off my gloves.

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2 comments

  1. I didn’t know that one of your sons had autism. I did some work with autistic children- mostly volunteer work. I can imagine that planning such a trip can be a challenge and you never know what to expect. Yet often autistic children surprise us! I’m glad to hear that you all enjoyed this family trip. Lovely family photographs!