20 Percent: The diminished likelihood that you were born on Christmas, compared with an average day. Perhaps largely because many cesarean births can be scheduled in advance, doctors and patients seem to avoid certain days — and choose certain others. … Continue reading
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Welcome Home. Thanks for your sacrificial service. We appreciate our soldiers and military personnel who are still in harms way. This Veterans holiday, we hope you ‘Make the Connection’ in your communities, stateside and abroad. Connect by Life Events Explore life … Continue reading
“Enjoying the Hi=5s of Autism’ is a holidays and audio blog regarding Autism related Developmental Disabilities. We tend to post about ways to enjoy festivals, family outings, and celebrations. Today, we will depart from the fun stuff to discuss a … Continue reading
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aha moment – A moment of clarity, the aha moment is a defining moment where you gain real wisdom – wisdom you can use to change your life.
Read about how this father acknowledged his ‘aha moment’ which led to Autism awareness! http://wp.me/p1b3aT-S Continue reading
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