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Friday, October 30, 2015

30 seconds inside my son's autistic mind: Rainbow M&M's

Before he ate his Halloween candy from school, he created the following pattern.
He uttered the words: " Rainbow M&M's".
He also told me that his candy was in his backpack.
Happy Halloween!

@2015 JSmithjr/Couponhustla.

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Chef Rimer Cooking Thermometer Product Review

Disclaimer: I received this product in exchanged for a honest review.

The Good

Ladies and Gentlemen the Chef Rimer Cooking Thermometer comes already assembled.
The instructions are easy to read and understand.

The Bad

The thermometer did not come with a temperature guide for cooking meats.

The Awesomeness

The thermometer is easy to use and it works.
The thermometer comes with a nice storage case to put it in.
The thermometer can display both Celsius & Fahrenheit temperatures. 

Final Thoughts

I was excited when I received this product and it did not disappoint.
I used it three times, and it still works fine.
The thermometer met all my expectations and I would highly recommend this product.

@2015 JSmithjr/Couponhustla.

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Look what I made: Onigiri ( Stuffed Rice Balls)

 I made Onigiri or rice balls for the first time. I made rice 2 balls stuffed with fried eggs, 2 chicken and 1 pickle onigiri. They were very delicious and the pickled rice ball was the best.

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

30 seconds inside my son's autistic mind: Exploration

How to explore the neighbor's bedroom?

My son loves to explore new surroundings.
He has an excellent memory and can recall places previous visited.

While visiting a neighbor's apt., my son wanted to look inside the bedroom.
I told him to stay in the living room.
Unfortunately, he was highly motivated and now determined to see what was inside that room.

How can I see what is inside that room, without getting into trouble doing?
Looking back at it now, he quickly thought of a plan and executed it.

My son threw his iPad into the bedroom, so he looked inside the room.
Then he picked up his tablet and returned to the living room.
I was speechless and impressed at how he managed to accomplished his goal.

@2015 JSmithjr/Couponhustla.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

30 seconds inside my son's autistic mind: Hamburger Hands

Hamburger Hands

The kids and I played a game of stacking hands.
And during the game, he said " Hamburger Hands".
It is simply amazing how he comes up with these phrases.
Therefore, this game reminded him of an online game he played.
And in the game, he had to build or stack a hamburger.

@2015 JSmithjr/Couponhustla.

Thursday, October 8, 2015

30 seconds inside my son's autistic mind: Down Hug

Down Hug

My son loves to get on my back.
Due to his limited word bank, he created the phrase: Down Hug.
Down Hug translated means: daddy get down, so I can get on your back.
Imagine what getting on someone´s back and hugging looks like for his perspective and it does make sense.
His arms are around my neck and when you hug someone, you place your arms around them.

@2015 JSmithjr/Couponhustla.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

30 seconds inside my son's autistic mind: Police Ball

My son loves the bouncing balls that lights up.
He noticed that the light inside the ball was the same color as the lights on police cars.
Therefore, he created the term: police ball.

@2015 JSmithjr/Couponhustla.