On UDD, anything goes (within reason), rules are turned on their heads, schedules thrown to the wind, mayhem embraced. It is not for the feint of heart or the Martha Stewarts of this world. It is, however, a great break for an ASD child or parent from the rigidity of routine (as well as a reason to abandon your New Year's resolution to "stop always goofing around and generally slacking off").
1. The on-demand bathe-in movie. This is where Mommy must perch the laptop on a chair out of reach of wet fingers (zzzzap!) and allow the lads to watch a cartoon of choice whilst they frolick in warm bubbly relaxation and eat Twizzlers. This year it was demanded at 3:30 a.m.
2. Animal pants. I think the photo is self-explanatory.
4. Bird Dog Rodeo. Bare-back beagle riding. Generally I advise the dogs to run away when I see this one coming, but only Skeeter is fast enough.
5. Wafflehouse Verde. This usually involves dinner, designed by lad, including sweet grilled breakfast foods and nacho chips.
...and of course,"Alternative Art:"