I agree with Bob Marley

It’s the little things right?

I’ve shared ways that Jude has helped us in speech therapy and his ABA therapy on this Page that have literally been a GameChanger. But when I watched this today, I literally caught myself taking a deep breath at the sense of comfort this video gave me.

(Remember, all of Cody’s behaviors have to be taught and do not necessarily come natural like it would for me and you. It’s an autism thing.)

Brad and I have had many many conversations and the transition when Cam leaves for college and one of the main reasons why we applied for a skilled companion when we did for Cody. We want Cameron to be sure that he realizes he needs to follow where his heart leads him when selecting a college.

Seeing this happen today gave me even more confirmation that …..36B3E656-C8D9-4CC3-A9D8-ED974B3F23F1🎼Every little thing is gonna be all right… 🎼
(hence B. Marley…. ❤️💙🧡💚✌🏻)

Our ultimate goal is for Cam to feel sky’s the limit as he heads into his new chapter with college. There is plenty of time after he finishes school if he desires to be closer and little does he realize how frequent we will visit on holiday too!

What a perfect 1st day of Spring. Watching them connect and fetch brought a sense of peace.

Watch: https://youtu.be/d59n06bak0s

#HappyMom #BrotherBond #PureLove #ABoyandHisDog

Published by mamalamaneustupa

Bio My name is Shelley Neustupa. I am a mother of two cool boys and a wife of 22 years to my high school sweetheart. My oldest son attends the University of Oklahoma. Boomer! My youngest is in 2nd grade and was diagnosed with Autism and Mixed Receptive Expressive Disorder at age 2. Since his diagnosis, I promised him I would advocate and educate as hard as he works each day in therapy. I began writing and have been able to touch many parents that may be new to this journey providing them with actual experiences (not candy coated), support and resources through my entries. Writing is my therapy and my hope one day that my nonverbal son will be able to take these diaries and speak about his own journey and how autism relates to his own experiences. Who knows he and his older brother may become National Speaker’s one day? Come along on our journey to better understand our lives through the eyes of a boy with autism, his Skilled Companion dog Jude, his big brother (and best friend) and mom and dad. My raw vulnerability captures the everyday moments of our journey and will bring even more awareness. A week does not go by where we do not learn something new about ourselves and I want to share these chapters with you. My Sons Undeniable Strengths… Extremely smart and figures out things quickly. Has a memory that allows him to remember more things than I could ever hope for. Persuasive by his personality and sheepish looks. Overabundance of stamina and strength. Loves the outdoors. Enjoys life and always has fun with an unforgettable smile. You can find us here: Writer: Autism Through His Eyes Facebook Instagram YouTube Pinterest Canine Companions for Independence News Interview Cody and Skilled Companion Jude - Our Story

2 thoughts on “I agree with Bob Marley

  1. Cody and Cam will always have a lifelong special bond regardless of the distance between them. As Cody matures as he has done so in these past months, he will come to understand that Bro bro is away at college. Their love is everlasting.

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