Quoting Clarissa Larson:" Help him get into a pattern of helping with the baby things,I know you cant just sit him down and explain ... [snip!] ... a severlly (sorry about the spelling mistakes) autistic boy for the passed three years, what does he do when he's happy?"
He is much better than he use to be. He can understand mostly everything you say to him. When he is really happy/excited he runs from one side of the room touches the wall to the other side touching that wall over and over and over again. He is also a very loud child when he talks and such. We are working on so many things...But mostly eating. He eats baby food. Trying to get him off baby food before the baby ends up on baby food. lol I am trying to foresee most of the issues I will be having before they come so he and I can work on them before the baby comes, not when the baby comes. There is just soooooooooo much though! I have put a lot of thought into all this and want to make the transition as easy on my Autistic son Tyler as I can. Most of my worries I am sure will work themselves out somehow.