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If I’ve heard it once, I’ve heard it a thousand times.
“Enjoy every minute.”
“They’ll be grown before you know it.”
“It goes by so fast.”
In my pre-motherhood days, I thought these were just the sentimental musings of people who were either being dramatic or who couldn’t think of anything else to say and so they just made the token grandparent statements they’d heard other people make.
At one time, it even frustrated me. After being encouraged yet again not to get in a tizzy about dishes and housekeeping because I’d have plenty of time for those things when the kids grew up, I thought to myself “Lady, I am cherishing my children, okay, but I can’t just sit and look at them all day long! At some point, I HAVE to do the dishes…”
But that was just my hormones talking; if I was being more honest with…
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After an outcry of “dislike” on its Facebook page, Chili’s has decided to discontinue its Autism Awareness Month fundraiser that was slated to give a portion of proceeds to the group National Autism Association, which supports vaccine denial and suggests a link between Autism and vaccines, while scientific studies have consistently shown that vaccines do not contribute to Autism.
“While we remain committed to supporting the children and families affected by autism, we are canceling Monday’s Give Back Event based on the feedback we heard from our guests,” was the response from Chili’s on its website.
Chili’s hasn’t announced whether it will choose a different organization yet, but we hope they will consider one of the other options to help those with Autism to choose from.