Confessions of an Autism Dad
One dad's perspectives on dealing with a child who has Autism. All in print - for good or bad.

Noah needs 'sun rises' on his schedule

Noah routinely gets up at around 5am every day. Until recently, he would wake up and it would be dark outside. Now, the sun is just creeping up when he opens his eyes and there is a glimpse of light in the sky that slightly peeks through his bedroom window.

This really ticks Noah off.

I try be very accommodating to his unusual or specific requests as long as it is a within what we call a reasonable compromise, but in this instance I can't help him. Here's what I told him.

"Noah, I want to help you but I can't spin the Earth backwards."

"Yes, spin it!"


So it looks like I am going to need to put the phases of the sun on Noah's schedule.

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This is my son, Noah

This is my son, Noah
He has autism


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