The Tales.

The Abandoned Stroller

By Adrian Wood / December 28, 2019

As the events yesterday morning in Brussels continue to weigh heavy on my mind, I can’t help but think of the plane that my four children and I will be…

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Happy Mama Retreat

By Adrian Wood / April 10, 2019

Date: 12-Apr-2019 Details Public Hosted by Tales of an Educated Debutante 1 co-host pending [?] Sign up today to receive new post notifcations. And don’t worry, you have not sold…

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Art for a Cause

By Adrian Wood / April 10, 2019

Date: 05-Apr-2019 Details Public Hosted by Tales of an Educated Debutante and Families Embracing Autism Together Sign up today to receive new post notifcations. And don’t worry, you have not…

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Yellow Bellied Slider

By Adrian Wood / March 5, 2019

He’s quite fetching, the boy named Amos. I’d like to call him “King of the Yellow Bellied Sliders,” but that would sound silly. I’d still like to, though. His next…

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The Top 5 Things I Didn't Sign Up For As Part of Motherhood

By Adrian Wood / September 30, 2016

1. Cats. The idea of a kitten had seemed so charming after we left the theater empowered from seeing Puss in Boots. The kitten that had looked so cute and…

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Choose Wisely, My Son

By Adrian Wood / September 19, 2016

You ask me about the great big world and I answer your questions, trying to choose wisely. You ask me about college and I think of your future, choose wisely,…

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Being A Child in the Eighties

By Adrian Wood / September 19, 2016

View On Today 1. I don’t ever recall a seatbelt. I preferred to lie on the shelf-like space above the back seat under the rear window, just perfect for my…

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When Did We Become A Special Needs Family?

By Adrian Wood / September 19, 2016

Published On Scary Mommy Had the idea of being “special needs” crossed my mind as I waited for my fourth son to smile? Those three weeks turned into three months,…

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A Letter to The Girl That Loves Amos

By Adrian Wood / June 24, 2016

A Letter to The Girl That Loves Amos Everyone deserves to be adored and my Amos has had his fair share of admirers. Most are from afar and he gives…

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Why My Special Needs Son Growing Older Frightens Me

By Adrian Wood / June 7, 2016

When I slept that night, I dreamed about my special needs two and a half year old son who was now an adult and in the dream, I was chasing…

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