10 Things We Would Have Never Known Without Rapid Prompting Method

We went to 5:00 pm Mass last night.  As we were singing the Gloria, a thought popped into my head.  I looked down at Ryan and I thought about how amazing it was that he was sitting next to me in church and that this is our normal every week.  It sort of spiraled from … More 10 Things We Would Have Never Known Without Rapid Prompting Method

Answering a Question, a Hair Cut, and a Science Project

When we first started the blog, Ryan wanted to answer some reader questions.  He did this, and recently, he received a new question from a family member. She asked, “Ryan, I recently encountered a young man who appeared to have autism.  I wanted to say something to him to show him that I understood a … More Answering a Question, a Hair Cut, and a Science Project

More Races, The North Richland Hills Dog Show, and a Fun Event

It has been a busy month of May for us so far.  Ryan, Freckles, and I ran in another local race in which we posted about on Facebook. I was worried during and after this race.  The hills made it very difficult.  Ryan ran the entire first mile, but then had trouble after that.  At … More More Races, The North Richland Hills Dog Show, and a Fun Event

The Mythbusters and Some More of Ryan’s Writings

Last weekend, Ryan and I participated in a panel discussion with two other families to talk about our experience with Rapid Prompting Method. This was our second TACA event and the turnout was good despite the rainy, cold day.  Randy and I had to split parent because Grace had her midseason School of Rock show … More The Mythbusters and Some More of Ryan’s Writings

A Sensory Friendly Movie, a New Story, and a Classic Game Adapted RPM Style

It was Spring Break here this past week, so Ryan, Grace, Freckles, and I hung out and tried to relax and have fun for the week.  Randy was out of town for work, so it was just us.  The weather was nice, so we hit the park a few times, trained for our upcoming 5K, … More A Sensory Friendly Movie, a New Story, and a Classic Game Adapted RPM Style