A happy dance

Coming home, coming home! HF is coming home!

After roughly two weeks abroad for work, HF is coming home in three hours.  I told Khalid that Baba would be home by the next morning.  Khalid’s response was:

“Oh, I think I will jump all day at school!”

“Does that mean you’re excited?”


Me too kid, me too. 🙂


Abez is a 50% white, 50% Pakistani, and 100% Muslim. She is also chronically ill and terminally awesome. She is the ever-lovin Momma of: - Khalid, a special little boy with autism - Iman, a special little girl with especially big hair -Musfira, an especially devious baby Spoiler, Abez is also Zeba Khan on Muslimmatters.org.

  1. joanne

    salam abez, i dont know how to contact you. i (by allahs will)
    cured my sons autoimmune, emotional, behavioural, and gut problems through such
    diets like thebodyecology diet and GAPS diet, with the addition
    of camel milk, he is functioning perfectly and is very healthy now alhamdulila.
    it took me seven years of worry, research and trial and error to gain
    him health, pls look into it if you are having any issues with health, inshallah.
    sorry i can’t write you properly, i an struggling to use this

  2. Abez

    Hi Joanne, thank you so much for sharing your experience. My son drinks camel milk too (he is allergic to cow’s milk, as is my younger daughter) and is on a gluten-free diet (my youngest also has grain allergies) and Alhamdulillah, he would be unlikely to receive an autism diagnosis if reassessed. I don’t believe he’s been “cured” though, but he’s learned what he needs to be functional, reasonably independent, and mostly grounded in the real world though he still floats off into his own. He used to get 30-40 hours of ABA per week, but hasn’t had an ABA program for nearly two years now.

    I believe he will always see the world differently than we do, and I don’t think that can ever be cured. He has functionally recovered from symptoms that would prevent him from mainstreaming entirely, and that’s more than I could ever have imagined when he was first diagnosed, Alhamdulillah.

    I’m really happy to hear your son is doing well, Alhamdulillah. 🙂

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