LOL about the third leg.
When I first started working for my current employer, my first assignment was in a K-8 school and all the kids on my caseload had an Autism diagnosis. Let me tell you, middle schoolers on the autism spectrum are a trip! I had a set of identical twins, both with autism, one more severe than the other. They were 13 and really into drawing and would draw these superhero-type characters. It took me a month or two to figure out why all of the guys they drew had three legs. Three, equally long legs, all drawn with the same color crayon. But yes, they boys were coming of age and just trying to figure out a few things, and having autism they didn't ask questions.
I may or may not have mentioned before, but these were also the young men who needed to be directed to the bathroom at the appropriate moments. Rather than exploring the joys of being a middle schooler while buried in the woodchips next to the playground equipment. One of the reasons the jury is out for me as far as having K-8 on one campus! LOL.
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