I’m a dad to two boys.
The youngest of them, he said, is now six years old.
“He’s just starting to get a little bit older,” he said.
“I’m also in my thirties now and I’m getting married.”
The elder of the two boys is now 21.
“I think it’s really important to know what you can do to help your children be happy,” Mr Hanley said.
He is one of many parents who are encouraging their children to make their own choices in the face of the overwhelming challenges of parenting.
I’ve just come back from a weekend of visiting with my two daughters.
My son is a little boy, he’s six years and nine months.
He’s been through a lot, he can remember.
When I get home, I look at my kids and they say ‘Daddy, we’re doing OK’, so it’s good for me to tell them.
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This morning I was watching television, and my son was watching a documentary.
It was a good thing I was here, because it really changed his life.
After a few days in Melbourne, my son and I got back to Brisbane and he’s doing OK, so I’m doing OK with him, too.
So is my wife, who has two daughters with autism.
We’re very fortunate to have a good life, to be able to do what we love.
Now that the children are a bit older, I’m just doing what I can to support them and they’ll be better for it.
But when it comes to the rest of my family, they’ll probably be a little more conservative.
A friend of mine had a baby in January, and his older son has autism.
He said it was a great experience, but his son is going to have to go to a specialist soon.
There are plenty of people who are worried about my kids, but I’m worried about myself.
Why do I care?
Well, I think I do.
I’m very lucky in life.
I’ve had lots of great experiences.
I can’t help it.
I think about what I’m going to do when I’m done with it.
I’ve been through so much, and now I’m ready to be a dad again.