Time To See A Lawyer

Time To See A Lawyer

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– What’s up guys? Welcome to the vlog. Today is preparation day. We are preparing for things that are out of our control today. – Yeah. – One being storms, the other being death. – Oh, my. – It’s gonna happen. There are things in life you
do not have control over. – It’s true. – Hurricanes and dying. Okay, we’ll let you know more what we’re talking about in a minute. Headed to a meeting. We’re headed in to see a lawyer in that fancy building, right there. Hope they’re not too expensive because they’re in a fancy building. I thought you’d give me crap
about wearing a T-shirt. – (laughs) I’m used to it. – But you didn’t. – I’m used to it. – Well, all I was saying
like I’m not the lawyer. They’re the ones that
have to wear the tie. This is what I wear to work. It’s a nice shirt though. It’s got Abbie’s art on the
pocket, isn’t that cool? So, this is a, an estate attorney. It’s who we talk to about
getting a trust for Abigail, planning for her future, that kinda thing. We’ll let you know how it goes. Okay, at least he’s not on the 25th. If he was on the 25th, he’d
be a real expensive lawyer. Great meeting, took a long time. Two and half hours later. – Yeah.
– Apparently, I talk a lot. – You do.
– I do. – It’s okay. – You know, but I want that person that is going to be helping us for many, many, many, many years to come and setting up the things
that are going to be the future of our children
and our children’s children to have a firm grasp on who
we are and what our wants are. – Right.
– Right. Essentially, for those kind of services, to get to where you’re set up with a trust with you know money going to
Abigail, money going to Isaiah, who is in charge of Abbie’s affairs for setting up a corporate
trustee, all those things, you’re looking at anywhere
from $1,500 to $3,000. – Right. – It’s like a one time fee you know, to get all that set up. There are other things involved. So, what’s it called when she turns 18? – Guardianship.
– Guardianship. I was thinking power of attorney. For guardianship, power of attorney is part
of that $1,500 to $3,000 but that’s power of
attorney over our affairs if something were to happen to us. So for guardianship for Abigail, it can be a little bit cheaper but you’re pretty much looking
at about $1,500 you know, once your kid gets to be 18 years old. That’s so that you can make
choices on their behalf. It’s a requirement, you have to do that. If you wanna continue to
make decisions for you child for the care that they need if they’re not capable
of doing it themselves– – Jeez.
– Holy cow. You’re looking at 1500 bucks. This is not hurricane
stuff. This is just rain. – Look at the sidewalk, it’s not even – Yeah, the sidewalk’s under water. So today is Friday. The hurricane is supposed
to be here Monday afternoon. Maybe you don’t know how hurricanes work. This has nothing to do with the hurricane, this is just rain, we just had a storm. We won’t see any effects of the hurricane until just a little while
before it gets here really. You get a little bit of a storm surge, little bit of weather ahead of time, but. – So, one of the most important things that I took away from the meeting is that when you do look
for these different lawyers, don’t pick someone that
has 15 different things they say they specialize in or. – Right, a divorce attorney, you know. – Trusts.
– They’ve Trusts and wills and like that’s not the
type of lawyer you want. – Right, you want someone,
especially for this topic, I mean, this is important
if it’s your child and you’re trying to
set up for their future for when you’re not here, you need to have someone and the guy that we talked
to, that’s all he does. – Yeah. – So you want someone,
it’s so important guys, because there are so many
rules that have to be followed with a trust and like a trustee so we’re actually gonna go
with a trustee corporation, right, corporation.
– Yes, yeah. – To make sure that
we’re following the rules because there are gonna
be government programs that your child
– And laws and – can qualify for.
– everything else. – Yeah. – Otherwise, Isaiah would have
to basically become a lawyer to learn all of the laws and requirements in order to become a trustee later on to manage Abigail’s money, you know and everything that she needs, so. You know, we will keep you guys updated throughout all of it just because, so many of you, I think, could benefit from this information and know what’s to come
in the years ahead of you as your child gets older and as you get to this point in life. – And I don’t think it’s ever too early to start at least like
you know researching and that kinda stuff. You don’t have to set it up right now, if you’re not able to, but at least get the information so that when you are able to and ready, then you can set it up. – Yep. So another important thing to note was about the corporate trustee that Priscilla talked about, – Yeah. – And the important thing about the reason for that is
that Isaiah can focus, later on when we’re gone, and he’s kind of managing his sister’s, her care and that kinda thing you know, that way the whole load isn’t on him. But the corporate trustee can make the, better. They can make the legal
decisions, stuff like that. He can lean on them for that and he can focus on being a brother. – Right – And that’s super important to us. – Yeah – Ab, it’s Friday. Three-day weekend. Mom and I have to go get stuff to get ready for the hurricane. OK?
– Yeah – Cool? Hey, Cool? Thumb, thumb a piece. – This one. – Okay, we’ll see you in a little bit. Bye and we’ll watch your
brother’s football game too. (clapping) (slight laugh) Do we have our list? – We do. – So they have a list for
hurricane and preparation, hurricane lists online readily available. I think they have them for
like most disaster type – Yeah things, stuff you might
need, ooh…we’re foggy. And it’s not like an end all, be all list and like hey you’ve to get
all this stuff right now. Because most of the stuff you have. – Yeah – a lots of people have especially – Just kind of getting
it like in a central area – Right
– is the biggest thing, so you are not like, oh the power went out
where are our flash lights? I know we had flashlights. – Yeah, so we’re gonna spend a
little bit of time doing that probably this evening, tomorrow morning. I’m gathering some things as well but there are some things that we do need, that we don’t have. – Yeah (various sounds in a large store) – They’re limiting us on waters. – That’s good though. – Yeah, so I guess that way
nobody starts a water business. Southern problems, they’re
almost out of sweet tea. Did you read the comments from video that went up yesterday? – No. – So a lot of people, a lot of people recommended for Abbie’s backpack routine takin it to the island first, having her unload it there and then take the backpack back to
the mudroom and hang it up. So that’s something that
we actually thought about. But with everything being so different like you also have to remember in that again that’s where you
get caught up in like that well that’s what she did before. – Right – But, she never ate at the other island. – Right – It served a whole
another purpose for that it was just a backpack
landing zone for Abbie. Whereas this is where
she eats her breakfast, a lot of times she eats
dinner when she has rest bit. It’s a whole another purpose. – Yes – But then also the resistance
of taking the backpack to the laundry room, back to the mud room. – Right, she is not gonna
wanna go back down there. – Right, because she’s now
at the island where she eats. If she didn’t eat there, that
would be, might be different. – Yep – But I think that we will get some pushback on that as well. So we’re just gonna, you
know, the mudroom has the flat surface for her to put her bag on – Right – So then we’re gonna stick with that. – Yeah – Seems like its a logical step by step, come in the door, unload her bag, go to the kitchen you know, it’s all in line too
instead of back tracking. I’m afraid the backtracking
will cause too much, too much frustration on her part. – You’re extreme – What? – You just like whipped out your camera and started blogging
– Well – All these people are staring – So I actually I watched
this guy on YouTube and he talks about intentionally making
yourself uncomfortable. It’s good practice, you know? – Well, he wouldn’t work for me – People, people are far too
comfortable in their lives you know, make yourself uncomfortable in certain situations. – Or your spouse. – Or your spouse. Hey, you wanna run us
through what we got here? – Yep – Starting at the front,
you better catch up – Cookies – Oreos, must have – Chips, bread, Power Aid zero, some soup. These sauces are for Abbie’s lunches Protein bars because Abbie
(mumbles) loves these – Those Nature Valley ones? – Yeah, we’re just really, I’m trying to make it
where Abbie has the things that she needs that are
gonna make her comfortable. If she’s not stressed out, then it’s gonna be (noise
drowns out speaker) for us. – We’re bringing in the champ! – Yeah – The Cinnamon Toast Crunch. So if you don’t experience hurricanes you may not know this, but it’s common to have hurricane food, junk food basically comfort food stuff you just you know it’s
like there’s nothing to do we got no electricity,
let’s eat dry cereal. So, its common. – I don’t think you need to take those out – Alright – And we’re not getting
any cold items right now because we’re actually not going back home so I’m just gonna have them (noise drowns out speaker) delivered. – Right (bag rustling noises) – Oh this sucks! – Yeah – Doesn’t the weather know
it’s supposed to cooperate until the hurricane comes, so we can get everything
ready and not get wet, Huh! Can you believe it? – Beat it to every person that
returns a cart in the rain. (slight laugh) It’s just like a good mark
of humanity, I feel like. Looks like all of South Florida is on I-95 and Jacksonville right now. – Yeah – They’re all headed north. Wow.
– That’s crazy – That’s a lot of people
– Well, Becca said that it was a two hour drive if she didn’t take another route when she got Abbie from school – To bring Abbie from school?
– Yeah – Wow
– Look at this – It is gridlocked.
– Yeah – And that was
– That was– – An hour and half ago
– That was at three o’clock – Two hours ago when Becca came that way – Yeah – So it’s still like this. (loud drum beats) – It’s half time
– It is – And we’re winning
– winning– – That doesn’t happen often. How many games did we win? – Like maybe two? – Two, sometimes three in a good season. – Yeah – It’s pretty awesome
– I’m super excited. – 7 and 0
– Yes – I’m also excited cause it
gave me lots of good footage for my football video – Yeah, they are playing really well today – Oh they are like you know, they’re jumping and they’re in the air and they’re doing you know crazy tackles because they’re hungry.
– You are gonna have to pick a really good song for this. – Oh I got the song. (child screams) I actually used a not
so good song last time just cause the song I wanted to use like I was like I’m saving
that for a good game. – (noise drowns out speaker)
has to come to every game cause he would be the good luck charm. – I thought you had said–
– Yeah, that’s why – I thought you had said
– they are winning Wayne, cause you are here.
– don’t leave it before– – (loud laughter) – They won! – I know
– Did you get the one where – it was such a good game.
– they ran in for the touchdown? – I got every play. – Yup
– Oh good! – Yep, I usually get about
a 120 different shots per game, every single play. – That was so good.
– Aren’t you glad you videoed it? – I am, yeah. Some good hits
– Yep and good plays, it was a fun time. – They were playing good! – Yeah – (mumbles) been here
– Good Job! – Dad’s been a good luck charm – Pretty much – Oh my gosh, you look gross – (noise drowns out speaker) a nasty field – You look extra gross – It was raining a lot – He wants to get a picture with you. – Come on Wayne – I wanna get in – Ready? Hold on, let me get one without the light OK, look at me, right here Wayne. OK, I gotta have my picture. – Yeah, let me get one on cell. That’s pretty. Oh it’s amazing (noise drowns out speaker) (footstep sounds) What’s up Hello Friends – Hi (crying sounds) – (cross talk drowns user) that’s rude. – Hey, we’re just your parents Gosh, good they won. (cross talking) – Good game – Thank you – I got a little emotional tonight down on the field while I was videoing. Just watching them, you know. – Yup – Slash last year, like
we’re counting down the football games that
you’ll ever play in your life. – Daddy, that’s super sad. – It is sad. – It’s not too late, you
can still play at upstate – Oh my god – Babe
– I’ll play fantasy if– – He’s half the size of the players at Appalachian State. – It’s okay – It’s not okay (chuckles) – They’ll like him. – Sweetheart – They’ll love his personality
– Yeah, as a punching dummy – They’ll love your personality. – Babe, Rudy was a movie actually it’s based on a true story but Abbie went to bed, I didn’t
vlog anymore with her cause she, she’s in a mood. She was doing her crying thing, every once in a while if you haven’t, I don’t know if we
talked about this before I know that we’ve kinda
showed part of it but – Like when we are on a plane – Yeah, when we are on the plane, yeah. She gets into this crying thing and she’s constant you know. And I think she is exhausted,
it’s the biggest thing. – Yeah – She gets super tired
and exhausted and she just you know how your body
feels when you’re exhausted so she cries about it
and it’s heart breaking. So I went up and laid down
with her and got her to got her go to sleep. She is out now though, hopefully she sleeps very well tonight. Maybe, just maybe we can sleep
in little bit in the morning? – I hope so. – That would be awesome. So the hurricane’s moved to like Wednesday before it gets here. – Yeah – It was going to be
Monday, now it’s slowed down which is not good cause
it’s picking up power as we’re watching on the news right now. Category four – And it shifted – And it shifted. So category four, it’s
gonna as of right now it’s gonna hit the coast
and go straight up the coast be category two by the time it gets here and so like 100 mile
an hour sustained winds so that’s pretty much like
Mathew basically, right? – Yeah – So we had with Matthew. Matthew was pretty rough,
it tore a bunch of stuff up, we lost power for several
days but we’ll be good. We’re ready, I gotta do a few more things but we got till Wednesday so. – Hey, somebody messaged me and asked for a video about how ya’ll prepare for how we prepare for hurricanes
everything with Abbie. Did you make one of that? – Yeah, we did actually talk about preparing for hurricanes with Abbie. – OK – In the past but it’s, it’s really Abigail is super comfy as long as she has a couch and some music. – Yeah – She’s relatively happy for
long periods of time, you know. – And snacks, all the snacks. – Snacks, yeah and I
think that’s a fair point like you know I’m sure there
are a lot of people like well, what do you do prepare Abbie? Storms don’t bother her, they don’t she doesn’t really get
scared or anything like that. Thunder and lightning doesn’t bother her. – She doesn’t really have
any fears that I know of. – (laughs lightly)
– Ever. – She’s a (cross talk drowns
speaker) fears nothing. So yeah, we just you know make sure that she has all the same fun stuff that we do, all the junk
food and entertainment. That’s it, that’s how we prep her. Hey, you know what’s amazing though? – What? – We don’t need her vest
for her pajamas anymore. – Yep. – So if the power does go
out and we don’t have AC, cause even with the
generator we won’t have AC, she can sleep much more comfortably. – Yep, that’s so true
– She won’t be hot. Do you guys like our sectional? I haven’t shown off our sectional. Priscilla found this, on Amazon? – Yep.
– Right? So this leg back here in the back wouldn’t attach to the couch right so I ended up just, I ended
up using just wood screws and screwing it to the couch, no big deal. But Priscilla called the company
and said it was messed up. Actually, two of the legs were. And what did they give
you off on this couch. – 300 and – They refunded you like 360 bucks right? – Yeah – That’s crazy. Oh and in the dining room table it has a tiny, tiny,
tiny little chip on it I mean smaller than my pinky nail and I called the company and said Hey you know I just wanna let you know that it has this chip
in it where the hinge is it’s because the way
the hinge was installed fit a leaf in the middle and they gave me like 260 bucks off of that. It’s crazy. Call people you know. We’re just play, we’re like hey you know this is kind of a bummer
and they gave us money off. – Yeah – Now, now Maverick,
Maverick’s another story. He does not like thunder. – Yes, he will be a hot mess. – He will be under your,
mom’s legs the whole the whole storm. – Yeah – It’s 1.30 in the morning
and I just realized that I forgot to close out the vlog. My bad, I’m working
right now, I’m editing. So we got a lot of
questions about Disney World cause we live near Disney World. And people always ask me
if Abbie’s has ever been. Yes, she has. We used to
be season ticket holders. Coincidentally, in our
memories in our Facebook, Disney came up when the
kids were much much littler. So that’s fun. I love Facebook Memories, it’s
the best thing in the world. Okay, that’s all, just a little you know, see you tomorrow, bye. (music playing) (people talking and yelling)

100 thoughts on “Time To See A Lawyer

  • Maddie Tredgett Post author

    How about with the whole backpack situation you do this:
    Continue with unloading the bag in the mudroom and hanging it up. But when she unloads it have a light open top basket on the counter that she can put everything into and then carry that up to the kitchen. It's quite difficult for her to carry that amount of things, I think most people would struggle with all that stuff! So it might make it easier for her to carry everything up.

  • Christie Burton Post author

    Was wondering if u had tried doggy calm down. My sister uses it for her dogs when tornados are coming.

  • Heather Junker Post author

    Look at you two adulting and doing all the things. I look forward to learning more from you about the legal process and what you have to do.
    A big congratulations going out to Isaiah on winning the game. When I was younger I lived at the pool. I had swimmer's ear and went to my ENT doc. This doctor gave my parents a recipe to prevent me from getting it ever again. Once I finished the treatment for the swimmer's ear, whenever I would go swimming, I would put a few drops of this recipe in each ear and put a cotton ball in each ear for around 10 minutes. I never got swimmer's ear again. Here is the recipe: using an ear/eye dropper mix 15 drops of white vinegar with 1/2 tsp rubbing alcohol. Put 4 drops in each ear once finished swimming.
    I meant to give this to you yesterday but had to locate the recipe. I promise you it really does work. I hope Isaiah feels better soon and I hope you all stay safe during the hurricane. You will have lots of us subscribers thinking of you and hoping you are OK. Please update when you are able. I knew you all would be buying cookies. I laughed when that was the first item mentioned. Abbie will be happy with cookies and her favorite cereal.

  • Heather Junker Post author

    I was wondering if Abbie had any behavior changes due to the hurricane? I know full moons can cause behavior changes. That would make for an interesting topic. Again you all stay safe. (((((((Maass family)))))))

  • Blondi 1980 Post author

    You all inspire me to get out and do more, I suffer from depression and really enjoy your videos they make me happy, stay safe in the storm coming, I hope it doesn’t hit to hard. Look forward to the update, stay safe. 🙂🇦🇺🇦🇺

  • Kay Anna Post author

    My friend goes to Florida Atlantic university and had to evacuate!. Drove all the way from there to Pennsylvania

  • Tanya Brown Post author

    I hope you all stay safe re the hurricane

  • Savy 726 Post author

    Stay safe during the hurricane! Are you all in a mandatory evacuation zone?

  • marvelousmillie Post author

    Praying you don't suffer too much from the hurricane. It looks nasty according to the news in Scotland.

  • MaddiisaMoron x Post author

    Is the hurricane effecting you guys right now? I live in the UK and we have pretty bad rain at the moment.. hope you're all safe anyway, sending love!

  • Syabidubidab Post author

    Priscilla look so cute on that couch

  • Melanie Cox Post author

    Always beautiful Priscilla is is even more so in this video. Happiness and Limelife is working for you for sure!!!!

  • aimee ward Post author

    I just seen that Dorian is the second strongest storm in history and I’m so worried about y’all, I’ll be praying for y’all and the rest of Florida. Please stay safe

  • Romrom R Post author

    I'm as old as Isaiah and I'm graduating this year and it actually is sad that we are finishing school so I'm excited.

  • Amy Griffiths Post author

    Isnt abbie afraid of grandma mass's chickens? I swear u did a video of you at the farm and she was petrified

  • Mi pequeña familia Post author

    Love you guys!!! Priscilla you’re gorgeous!!!!

  • andie361 Thompson Post author

    11:15. Realized how much Isiah looks like Asa!

  • Ashley Marie Post author

    Why are storms named after females?

  • Annette Robbins Post author

    Isaiah's going to App?

  • Connie Miller Post author

    Backpack 🎒: I was one of those people that suggested Abbie take it to the kitchen island. In splitting it up was because she’s just got home from school being prompted all day there, and in new things, then coming home to it with the backpack ( us adults after work feel the same, we just want to have a quick break). Maybe let her have a break by unloading in kitchen, then a snack, then bathroom, then taking backpack back to it’s place. That way she’s not feeling overwhelmed and frustrated. She looks forward to her snacks, could calm her down to put backpack up later? Worth a try ?

  • PinkRazedDoodleDonut Post author

    I’m trying to get my husband on board with getting legal stuff going for our sons. I never thought I would have to get something together to maintain guardianship for my sons when they turn 18. Both of my sons are on the spectrum and would need everything in place for their future. You guys are the best!

  • Katie Devries Post author

    please stay safe with Hurricane Dorian.

    my family and I were coming down to see our relatives down there but decided against it due to Dorian.

    Honestly I could see Isaiah being part of Abigail's care. Like a vector, all her health care going through Isaiah. I know you could trust him with having Abbie's best interest in mind.

    But again also finding someone else in case something would happen to Isaiah. One person to choose her care ultimately and to be a vector would be Summer, and some of her other Surfing for Autism and Camp I am Special partners.

  • MyEveryDayWifeLife Post author

    Do you have hurricane shutters?

  • E G Post author

    Be safe!

  • Ellen Jones Post author

    Praying for you guys. My family had to evacuate

  • Vicki P Post author

    Love love the football shirt, Priscilla!

  • Catherine Elizabeth Post author

    Saying a HUGE pray for all of you during this time…my best friends live in Jacksonville also and so worried about them too…I went through all of the lawyer things like the trust, POA, living will and health care proxy for my mom and it was over $10,000…yes it’s an estate attorney you should use…much love from New York💕

  • Cheechy Monkey Post author

    This is a lot of what I do for a living. Making sure that you have a trust in place for your kids, Powers of attorney, guardianships and wills are the best things that you can do for your kids.
    I’m thinking that I need to move to Florida though, they’re charging you nearly 10x what we charge and what they’re doing literally takes a legal assistant 15 minutes to complete.

  • atticus782 Post author

    I don’t see the black shirts with Abbie’s Art pockets on your stores. Are they for sale anywhere?

  • Kristen Williams Post author

    Also – cbd oil works for pups with fear of thunder:)

  • Ross Jaron Post author

    If Maverick is scared of storms get him a thunder shirt. My parents neighbor has one for their dog and it really works for his anxiety.

  • Fashion Doll Post author

    Priscilla looks gorgeous. I am plus size but I just have no willpower

  • Leah Tondon Post author

    I’m a vet tech and we see so many dogs like Maverick come in that hate storms and fireworks. It just breaks my heart every time. 😕 Our vets have started prescribing a product called Sileo which is specifically for canine noise aversion. It’s worked really well for a lot of our patients, and it’s not a sedative.

  • mwhip Post author

    Cannot control the hurricane can control living in Florida.

  • Kim Whitehead Post author

    27 years ago, my hubby and I were celebrating our honeymoon at Disney. Just as Andrew was rolling in. It was the first time I’ve ever heard a real EAS!

  • Marissa Hoover Post author

    Abby signing eat in FB memories @ Disney!! 😂. All kids enter Disney completely full, but the second they’re in the gates, immediately starving! I have three kiddos. We bring snacks and almost always have 1 immediately.

  • Bertie Hardison Post author

    Thinking about you guys during the upcoming hurricane. Being here in Eastern NC close to both Morehead and Nags Head we are gathering our supplies getting ready for the end of the week when we are supposed to be hit. Stay safe and pray for us as we pray for you. Hope your parents fair ok in EC as well.

  • KK Keller Post author

    Hello Precious ones, You Priscilla are looking absolutely fantastic!! Your a beautiful lady anyway. Your are in our prayers for safety. You are an amazing family!! Abby is such a inspiration & an amazing young lady!! Trust in the Lord dear hearts & love him & pray to him because he loves you so much!! I do too!! 🤗🙏🙏🙏💖💖💖🙌🙌💛💚💜💙❤❌⭕❌⭕

  • La Donna Post author

    You all stay safe in the storm. I heard it went through the Bahamas and it was really bad. Abbie is brave to not be afraid of storms. I was terrified of storms as a child.

  • Krysta Renae Post author

    priscilla you look SO ADORABLE

  • LargeFamily Chaos Post author

    I am supposed to evacuate where can I go with my very severe kids with autism that don't do well traveling???

  • brittany brown Post author

    Crazy super important topic for everybody to know and to think about! It’s never to early to think about the future for your kids, even if they don’t have special needs. I’m a firm believer in getting things together early on so you have a plan in place just Incase

  • Dawna Perkins Post author

    My husband and I have guardianship of our 39 year old daughter with DS

  • Kylene Spade Post author

    As a grocery store employee, I thank you!

  • Christina Marie Post author

    Storms scare me big time

  • Ariane Di Bruno Post author

    Please stay safe keeping you guys in my prayers hope and pray everything will be ok

  • kenneth patterson Post author

    That water on the road looks like my sink every time I turn it on

  • Crystal Kolling Post author

    I'm glad you did this vlog. We are getting ready to do this for our boys and our oldest is autistic, so we have to plan for his future.

  • ATTRIA joy Post author

    Hope you all stay safe

  • L Rowe Post author

    Can you please post your P.O box.

  • Bonnie Glover Post author

    Please be safe in hurricane Dorian me and my family will be staying at my papas house

  • Kali Breeze Post author

    Who else needs a Squirt update??? 🙋‍♀️

  • Michelle Santos Post author

    Congrats on the win Isaiah! Keeping you guys in my thoughts. Please stay safe during the hurricane ❤️

  • HelloJenni23 Post author

    That's really important information I'm glad you guys talked about it!

  • Pammy Jams Post author

    Abby at Disney… such a sweet little girl.

  • Lotie Worsley Post author

    Priscilla I just wanted to say how amazing you look, such a massive difference from a few months ago! That keto diet seems to be really agreeing with you. I was wondering if you are still keeping up with your walks? I know that you didn’t want to make this a channel to help and inform people about autism but I think a lot of people might find it helpful knowing how you look after yourselves alongside of having a special needs child because you’re all so busy all the time!! ( I really hope you read this 😬😊)

  • Liz Schadegg Post author

    I would recommend filling up yalls tub once time comes closer for the hurricane so y’all could flush the toilet! And freeze plastic containers of water so you can put them in the fridge when the electricity turns off to keep your food cold!

  • Jean Lee Post author

    Hi all. maybe keep a little basket in the mud room to put the things in that she has to put in the kitchen. ? maybe? xoxo (mom of a 27 year old Autistic Son.)

  • Barbara Williams Post author

    Mrs. P is looking like the hott Mama she IS!!!!!!

  • Kathryn may Post author

    I keep getting baby pics in my Facebook memories from when my kiddies were babies I love it

  • April Delclef Post author

    Stay safe sending many prayers from Oklahoma

  • Aaron Caruso Post author

    Trying to read misses shirt but your camera is all over the place haha. What did mamas shirt say? Football?

  • Jamie Dunn Post author

    Your hurricane food is my snow day food. 😊⛄️🌬

  • Lori Bernardo Post author

    Hi guys, just an FYI, our little Missy is a 20lb bundle of love that we rescued 10 years ago. She gets horrible storm terrors whenever it's storming or fireworks. Our Vet prescribed her Alprazolam (Xanax)and PetSmart has a product called Pet Calm. About an hour before we know we're going to have a storm or fireworks we give her the proper dosages and she seems to be doing so much better with them now. When you said Maverick would be under Momma's feet I thought I'd share with you what we do with Missy. Stay safe and I love your videos!

  • Kathythat is horable thing to say Lunau Post author

    Mydauther has a mild autism , she can talk , they cut the programs , in ottawa

  • E Rose Post author

    As a fellow football mom, I LOVE Priscilla’s shirt!!

  • Anastacia Rodriguez Post author

    Is there a link or place we can go to, to watch the football game you recorded and put music with it?

  • traci hostetler Post author

    Priscilla looks amazing! Hot momma 🔥

  • Jody s Post author

    Death and cemetery have one thing incomon everyone dieing to get in there lol sorry your right we can't control anyone's fate

  • Krickster82 Post author

    Anyone else tap the screen while Asa was taking the picture, at the end of the game, when the camera was not in focus yet? Lol

  • Emily Walsh Post author

    You should put clips from the game in the vlog, I love football, and isiah so it’s a win win for me 😂

  • Terry Ann Post author

    Just dropping some love!!! Prescilla…honey…you look AMAZING!!!!! I'm totally hooked on your channel now. I love it…a little bit of everything, and all REAL!!!!

  • Trista Turner Post author

    You guys are so helpful!!

  • Anne N Post author

    Please keep posting updates on all the legal stuff. My daughter is 15 and we are working on all of that now. She is somewhat verbal but has some aggression issues. Thank you for doing what y’all do!!!!

  • Jillian Brown Post author

    Thank you for briefly discussing the importance of Guardianship. I am a social worker for folks with DD/ID and it amazes me how many people are in their 40s-50s who have very limited ability, if any, to make decisions for their personal well-being and have no guardian. Often it's an 70-80 year old parent who has just been the primary decision maker and somehow, they often don't understand the importance of getting that kind of stuff in place.

  • Angela Blackmore Post author

    Be safe

  • Megan Tedor Post author

    Heyyy I got a question for you guys, what kind of generator do you guys use? And do you guys have an emergency supply kit for hurricane use? What's your game plan with the new house

  • jani j Post author

    One thing great to have is one of those crank flashlights so you dont use up your batteries. You are also able to get on news channels and listen to see how the weather conditons are. We foud our crank flash light at an electronics store. The more you crank the brighter the light. I hope this helps…

  • Mary Royce Post author

    For maverick to help with the storm if yall get dog CBd oil it will help with his anxiety with the storm

  • Ace 123 Post author

    "he's half the size of the guys at app state!"
    "that's ok, they'll like him" lolll gotta love cilla

  • Sandra DeCou Post author

    I have Legal Guardianship, it was a great decision. 100% agree and so true about choosing of a proper lawyer.

  • Paige Ailbe Family Post author

    Very random but I'm from Southern Australia and am surprised to see how much plastic is used in the supermarkets there. From packaging to carry bags.
    We don't even get free plastic bags to carry groceries anymore, instead we have a choice of paying for a recycled plastic bag or bring your own reusable bags. My child's school doesn't even allow any packaged food at all, no zip lock bags, no plastic cling wrap, everything needs to be packed in reusable containers. Problem is most food like Nature valley bars come wrapped individually so you end up buying them still and just unwrapping them at home, it completely defeats the purpose.
    I know it's better for the environment to limit plastics and we all need to start really watching what single use plastics we use but part of me is a little jealous about how much more convenient it all looks and the huge range of food you get 😁❤✌

  • Christina Soberon-Llort Post author

    Completely agree with the advice that you should seek an attorney who exclusively does trusts/guardianship/estate law. There's a lot of people who "dabble" in it and with special needs trusts, etc., there's a lot of nuance in the law that you don't want someone who isn't a specialist to miss.

  • Ylva Bjarnson Post author

    From the looks of your new house and your automobiles, you can surely afford that.

  • Jade Spillman Post author

    That couch is exactly what I am looking for for our family room. Can you share the link please?

  • Elizabeth Jenson Post author

    We are working with an estate lawyer as well for our kids and have trusts set up for both kiddos but of course needed more things in place for our son who is on the spectrum. We really like our lawyer.

  • alishajo1 Post author

    Was that Becca's boyfriend that was there?

  • nicki storey Post author

    I was going to ask you this question as to what happens as time passes and what provisions are in place for Abbi in the event of you not being around. You guys are sensational and Issiah and Abbi are both equally wonderfull. I just found your vlog 3weeks ago and subscribed.

  • pamela lavigne Post author

    Love the couch. Great game!

  • Linda Thrall Post author

    VERY SMART PLANNING ON YOUR PART FOR ABBIE SHE'LL NEED HELP LATER ON

  • William Stonehocker Post author

    Death is inevitable one way or another.

  • Phyllis Montoroula Post author

    I'm glad you working Abbies future I wish I could meet you in person I have a question for you I wont say it on the commits

  • Phyllis Montoroula Post author

    Dont forget about cereal for Abbie

  • Phyllis Montoroula Post author

    Just my my family when power gos out junk food city nothing wrong with that

  • Need Nature Now Post author

    Having an attorney who specializes in special needs trusts would be ideal, but I’m not aware of any attorneys in my state who specialize in just special needs. One attorney in the next county took it upon himself to help with a SN trust about ten years ago… most people in our area use him… So he is more educated on the topic than other attorneys in our area.

  • Akkhon369 Post author

    I was just wondering if you have ever tried the thunder vest for Maverick, I know I've had 2 dogs that thunderstorms really freaked them out well I can't afford the thunder vest but we have a body collar that just hugs them and our 1st dog it helped him but we found a stray that we took in and he's older and it doesn't help him so you might want to look into getting a thunder vest or going the cheaper way and get a body collar but if I'm not mistaken the vest just vecro's on where the body collar slips over the head

  • Stefania Angelina Post author

    Catching up on old vlogs, my process….
    1 hit play
    2 smash the like
    3 comment to get your engagement up
    4 watch and laugh and smile

    L♥️VE YALL❣️

  • Colleen Ray Post author

    I love these people. So amazing

  • Melinda Nash Post author

    My money will go into a "special needs" trust. That will protect the SSI, Medi-Cal and possible future food stamps. My daughter will obtain guardianship for her autistic brother when the time comes.

  • Jennifer Ventura Post author

    Have you looked up able accounts? They help you save money for medical expenses for children with disabilities. They are governed by different tax rules that help avoid having to do spend downs and disqualifications due to income limits.

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