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This made me chuckle. ASD kids take things so litteraly sometimes.

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5inthebed Thu 25-Jun-09 10:59:42

Mon-Thurs my DS2 goes to MS school after his SN school. He gets dropped off at home at 12, has to eat, get changed and we leave the house at 12:20 to get the bus at 12:30. This is always so hectic so DS2 is sometimes a bit tantrumic.

There is always an elderly man who gets on the bus the stop before we get off, and gets off with us. He always stands at the front and lets us off first. He is just charming.

Last week I said to DS2 "Come on Sausage", and we got off the bus. He then shouted to the old man "Goodbye Sausage". He actually thinks this man is called Sausage now blush

Now every time we see the man, he says "Hello Sausage" or "Goodbye Sausage".

Luckily his speaking isn't very clear, and the man is a bit hard of hearing, otherwise I'd have to explain. Makes the rush before MS school a distant memory every time smile

siblingrivalry Thu 25-Jun-09 11:07:25

Aaw, that's so cute. smile
It reminds me of when dd heard me say on the phone I would be tied up all day - cue tears and cries of 'I don't want someone to tie you up!' grin

ChopsTheDuck Thu 25-Jun-09 11:16:31

I love it when they come out with things like that.

My mum doesnt see ds1 very often and forgets he has this tendancy. We went to legoland at the weekend and getting on a ride she jokingly told him to move up or she'd have to sit on his lap. My mum is rather overweight and poor ds1 shot over the other side with a look of sheer terror on his face! grin

coppertop Thu 25-Jun-09 11:20:33


I remember writing some examples of ds2's literal thinking in his DLA application. My favourite was when he was balancing on something and I said something like "Look! No hands!" Ds2 looked at me as though I was completely mad and said "But I have got hands! Look!"

Frasersmum123 Thu 25-Jun-09 12:48:42

PeachyTheRiverParrettHarlot Thu 25-Jun-09 12:52:58

5inthebed are you on TTR?

5inthebed Thu 25-Jun-09 16:07:48

I am smile

mumsobusy Thu 25-Jun-09 16:09:14

we went to visit my sister and it was raining i said oh dear we are going to be stuck in the house meaning wont be able to go to park my ds started cry saying mummy how we gonna get home then if were stuck here

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