Ten Tips for a Holly Jolly Christmas – Inclusion, FASD & That Christmas Dinner…
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Ho Ho Oh Boy – it’s Christmastime. Again.
For those in the greater FASD community who celebrate Christmas this time of year is challenging. Feeling more like Scrooge than we care to admit, we jump out of bed each morning with an eye toward Christmases Past, Present & Future.
We have suffered the defeat of Christmases past – when time and again expectations have been dashed by the hard realities of life for a child with FASD. Flashing lights. Sparkly tinsel. Spinning decorations. Dropping pine needles. Anticipation. Confusion. Disbelief. Unbearable excitement. Inevitable disappointment.
Ten Christmas truths as we have come to know them from Christmases Past:
- Not all kids can handle the idea of a big man dressed in red coming down imaginary chimneys.
- Some can handle even less the idea that it might not happen.
- Santa’s naughty or nice list can cause great anxiety for…
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