Did You Know? Researchers have noted that infants who had early accelerated head growth were at risk for autism.
Welcome to the Autism Matters blog hop! Our blog hop is about promoting Autism awareness by featuring projects using the primary colors of autism. Please join me in our efforts and continue to 'hop' from blog to blog, seeing amazing paper crafting ideas from fellow Stampin' Up! demonstrators.
The carousel horse is often used in literature to symbolize the simple innocence of children. Have you ever stopped to watch children on a carousel? They ride around and around, joyfully waving to their family every time they go around. It moves in a predictable pattern, and as author JD Salinger wrote in Catcher in the Rye, "That’s one nice thing about the carousels; they always play the same songs”. Innocent, carefree, and joyful...a special moment, captured in time on the merry-go-round.
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