It was a baby car seat, a toddler car seat and a baby seat for kids.
That’s the picture New York magazine was painting of a baby shower on Friday, in honor of its 20th birthday.
It’s called Baby Car Seat and it comes with a baby pillow, baby blanket and baby toy.
The photo series, titled “My Baby Is Not Alone,” was created by photographer Anna Lusardi and features photos from the show.
(Lusardi has a sister, a photographer named Lauren, who has a baby with autism and lives in California.)
The magazine captioned the photo series “the most beautiful thing you can ever get.”
It is, of course, very cute.
But it also makes a valid point about how the way people view autism spectrum disorders can be a barrier to finding support for children and families with disabilities.
“As a parent, I have to be on my toes,” said Lusaridis.
“I can’t help with a conversation about the joys of being in a house with your baby, or the anxiety of having to share a room with your toddler, or a struggle to find the right chair for your kid in a toddler-size crib.
But I have no problem saying, ‘If you want to make your child feel special, you can have it.’
And I do believe that we all have a place in the world that supports our child, regardless of their disability.”
“It was a very unique experience,” said Amy Stover, a writer for The Huffington Post.
“The fact that it was in a public space meant that it wasn’t just for the public.
It was for all people.
It also allowed us to be able to make that connection.
We were just talking about it.
It wasn’t for us, but for everyone.”
(The article in question has been updated to include a photo of Lusariais, Stover and Stover’s sister Lauren.)
For Lusarias parents, the show was a way to be part of something bigger.
“For me, it was the most beautiful moment of my life,” said Stover.
“It felt like a real moment of belonging and love.
It felt like we were all just in the moment together.”
The story is an example of how “being with your child” has become a part of our everyday lives, Lusarinas sister said.
“And we can do that even if it’s not easy, even if you don’t have the same needs as everyone else, even in your own home.”
She continued: “I feel like a parent at heart, and I’m grateful for it.
I’m not just grateful for the fact that I get to be in a room where my child can be in comfort, but also grateful for being able to do that.”
And that is something that Lusarois and her sister said was the whole point of the photo shoot.
“When you’re with a child, you’re not just talking, ‘I love you,'” Lusareras sister said, “you’re talking to them and making them feel like they’re special.”
“That is what this photo series is all about,” Lusardis said.
It is an experience of belonging that is about letting the child know that “you love them.”
“This is the one thing you could ever give your child, the only thing you should ever give them, the one that makes them feel so special,” said her sister.
“There is no greater feeling than knowing that you love them.
That is what it means to be with your children, and it’s a real privilege.”
Lusaris sister and Lusarais’ mom were happy to share the story of Baby Car Seats.
“This whole story, the baby shower and being there with them, it feels like a special moment for all of us,” said Lauren.
“We got to show that we love them, that we appreciate them, and we know that we’re not alone.”
“If you’re a parent with autism, you know that there are so many things that you can’t control,” Lauren said.
And Lusarris said, the series is also a reminder that “your child has always been a part.
They’re not the only one.
They don’t belong to us.”
The New York City chapter of the Autism Speaks Society was thrilled with the show, and has shared it with parents, children, teens and teachers.
“What it meant for us to see it on the screen, was something that was so powerful and really uplifting for our families,” said Autism Speakers Council President and CEO Dr. David Gorski.
“Every parent who knows their child or has a child with autism has a story that they’re proud of and it doesn’t get much more special than this.”
For LUSARIS, it’s also a chance to see how the autism community responds to the show and the people who share it.
“Because we were just there