Hello! Internet My name is Theodore Alan Frost but most people just call me Teddy. I was diagnosed with a development disorder called Asperger’s Syndrome when I was seven years old. My parents always knew I was special but don’t most parents think their kids are a cut above the rest. That may be true but not every kid on Earth has a medical diagnosis to back that fact up. I have a very high IQ and do not like to brag about it. Having a high IQ is a part of having Asperger’s Syndrome. While I have a great capacity for absorbing new information I can always find a way to get into trouble. I sure know how to make life more interesting. I have lots of quirks that come with having Asperger’s Syndrome as well I hope that by writing about my diagnosis I can help other people realize that Asperger’s Syndrome is not a curse it is a blessing. Children with Asperger’s Syndrome need to realize that their differences can make them a cut above the other children around them. Aspies truly can do and be anything they put their mind to. I plan on sharing my life and adventures with all who care to read about it as well. I want my blog to be a place for people to come and escape the daily grind of life. I hope you leave my blog a little better than when you came. I plan on sharing jokes and quotes on a regular basis. Laughter is the best medicine in my opinion. You could be having an absolutely awful day but one joke can make all the difference in the world. Our blog is like an extension of our home and all who enter our physical home leave with good advice, a few laughs, and a full stomach. We may not be able to give our guest a meal but we can give them some inspiration for what to make for their next meal. You may see my mother’s name floating around the blog as well. My mom Anne Frost will be helping me along the way. We have teamed up to explain both sides of Asperger’s Syndrome. The side of my Mother as a parent and my side as a person with Asperger’s. My mother will be offering coaching and advice in the near future to parents of children with Autism. My mother was a school teacher for more than ten years. She taught high school English, history, and Geography. She has been a big help while I learn foreign languages at college. My mother has taught me a lot. She was my school teacher from sixth to twelfth grade. My mother was a stay at home mom, she dedicated her life to creating the best children she possibly could. She created two well rounded children, who can think for themselves, and have a well-rounded knowledgebase. Me and my sister Elaine would not be the same people if it was not for the time and dedication my mom took in our lives. We are a happy normal American family and we invite you to come and learn from our mistakes and learn to enjoy life to the fullest.