Pretending to Be Normal: Living with Asperger's Syndrome - Chapter 6, Rocking My Babies Summary & Analysis

Liane Holliday Willey
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Chapter 6, Rocking My Babies Summary and Analysis

When Liane first saw her twins, she thought she had one baby with two heads. AS made her take the idea of twins that literally. She found that being a parent was difficult because she had a hard time navigating their world. This forced her into a different reality. Parenting brought out the most normal reactions in Liane but also the revelation that she failed without realizing it. Her daughters kept growing and changing, which she felt unsure about. She was comforted to learn that other parents have the same concerns though her experience was shared by no one she knew.

New parenting could easily make her sensory system go nuts. To prepare, Liane structured the children's room so that she could get used to it and so it would appear as she wanted. She...

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