Weight Gain Concerns in Children with Autism — Autism in Our Nest

“This is crazy. They are a size 8/10! Just suck your belly in.” Declan looked down at his belly and pulled it in. I pulled the sides of the shorts together and tried to secure the button. I made my “Oh my goodness!” face which caused Declan to laugh. And his belly to come back […]

via Weight Gain Concerns in Children with Autism — Autism in Our Nest

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What ideas do you have to help Robyn in her quest with Declan ?

2 thoughts on “Weight Gain Concerns in Children with Autism — Autism in Our Nest

  1. I think that can be a problem for anyone with a mental elnic, she needs to get him on a good diet and exercise routine to get it down as part of his normal routine to help him in the long run. ❤️✌️

    BY FOR NOW

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