Category Archives: autism

Satisfaction in Making Compost

Here on the Daddykirbs Farm we like to make good use of every resource. Compost is a good way to do that. All the bedding and poo that is generated in the chicken coops, goat pens and duck coops can go to growing better veggies.

We all know the benefits of good compost, but that’s not exactly what I want to highlight in this post. Recognition goes to my helper, Luke. Continue reading Satisfaction in Making Compost

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Cucumbers, Brussels, Broccoli, Chard, Lettuce… and feeding Goats

First, I have to say… I’m pretty excited. This is my first official post on Daddykirbs.com! Yay ­čÖé

Cucumbers, Brussels, Broccoli, Chard, Lettuce… and feeding Goats

Sometimes it’s extremely difficult to find time to get things done! That’s how I feel right now. There’s so many things to do. The project list on the farm is getting longer and longer. But that can’t stop the garden. A farmer has got to eat and you can’t eat what you don’t plant! Luke and I take some time to do a small patch in the garden tonight. I can’t say that it’s all done correctly, but that small patch is done for now.

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My Autistic Son & His Pumpkin Patch

My son, Luke, will be a big hit TV personality!

My Autistic Son & His Pumpkin Patch

You see, Luke loves to garden. Luke has also been watching his daddy do gardening video for a YouTube channel for a while now. This time Luke wanted in on the action for real! He wanted to plant pumpkin seeds, but at the same time he made it clear that he wanted to have a video of it. I’m very excited to watch Luke express himself on camera because in some ways he connects very well with the camera in ways that he can’t with a live audience. Continue reading My Autistic Son & His Pumpkin Patch

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Wow! Riding a Bike for the First Time!

Our son is autistic and AWESOME!  He can now ride a bike without training wheels.  This video is fantastic to us, but even more cool is that after a couple of days of riding he looks like he’s been riding for years.  He’s 15 now and has his sights set on DRIVING!

UPDATE: Check out him driving a tractor!

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