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My aspie's Christmas list...if you need a chuckle this morning

My mom gave each of my children a sheet for them to put what they wanted for Christmas. It said : something you would read, something you need, something you want, something you would wear and someplace you would shop... My 10yo Aspie, put under need OXYGEN, mom (who is an autism specialist and knows my boy better than I do sometimes) asked him to change it to something else he may need and he put FOOD. Oh to be so literal. I haven't seen the rest of the list, but I do something similar every year, so I will share anymore funnies!
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Re: My aspie's Christmas list...if you need a chuckle this morning

  • Oh boy, love the literalness of it!
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  • That is awesome.  :-)

    My kid's current Christmas list is full of special interest items.  As his special interest has been office supplies for about a year now, it's all stuff I can buy from Staples.  A red stapler, a staple remover, white out, a hole puncher...
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  • That's hilarious! I love Christmas lists like that. My 4-year-old's list includes a train ornament, a star ornament, a ball ornament, a piggy bank, and two otoscopes. It's been the highlight of my season so far. :) Of course, as he gets older I am sure I will do more tongue-biting and less gushing..
  • That is awesome.  :-)


    My kid's current Christmas list is full of special interest items.  As his special interest has been office supplies for about a year now, it's all stuff I can buy from Staples.  A red stapler, a staple remover, white out, a hole puncher...
    Sounds like a future SLP. We all joked in grad school that office supplies, bags, and laminators were the only gifts we'd ever need.
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