Heroes and Soldiers


Thought I’d share some more of the boys’ answers to their school worksheets, this time on the topic of heroes and soldiers. It seems appropriate for July 4 :).

I have to say, I’m proud of my boys :). 

(from Cuddlebug. I realized after I scanned it that the last word was written on the back. It should say “another.” at the end.)

(from Bearhug)

Feel free to stop by and leave a comment to let me know what you think :).

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“What makes someone a hero?”


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I’m a mom of three boys on the autism spectrum — 11-yr-old id twins and their 7-yr-old little brother — and wife to my dh of 19 yrs who is a SAHD. My blog is where I share our story, as well as topics relating to autism awareness & acceptance, twins, the silliness three little boys can get into, and whatever else is on my mind. Hopefully some of what we’ve learned over the years is helpful to others (or at least entertaining).
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I’m a mom of three boys on the autism spectrum — 11-yr-old id twins and their 7-yr-old little brother — and wife to my dh of 19 yrs who is a SAHD. My blog is where I share our story, as well as topics relating to autism awareness & acceptance, twins, the silliness three little boys can get into, and whatever else is on my mind. Hopefully some of what we’ve learned over the years is helpful to others (or at least entertaining).

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  • July 4, 2011 at 6:15 pm
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    I think being a hero is relative.  The hero of my life was my grandpa.  He took care of his family and lived a good, honest life.  He was also a soldier, serving in the latter part of World War 2. 

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