Susan and I have talked off and on about taking a full family vacation.  Right now, she takes a yearly trip with Kate and her mother, while I stay home with the boys.  Myself, I take an annual Mancation golfing trip, so we’re all equal on that front.  But the idea of going somewhere with the boys, while highly interesting, also presents itself as a potential disaster.

That’s why I was happy to see this article about helping to acclimate autistic kids and teens to airline travel.   Based on how well (or badly) a dress rehearsal were to go, it would help determine if the boys could actually handle a real plane trip.

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