Mom calls a bakery to order cakes for her autistic daughter. Her Answer Will Make You Cry – Women After 40

Imagine the emptiness a child can feel when no one comes to their party? A beautiful girl named Amy had this feeling when her mother invited other children to her birthday party, but unfortunately no one came.

Kim promised she wouldn’t let her daughter feel that again, so she never planned a party for her daughter again.

Amy, who was diagnosed with autism, has trouble making friends and learning how to behave in social situations, but she has a heart of gold.

Amy’s story really happened to Elizabeth Scott of Savage’s Bakery, who chatted with Kim as she ordered Amy’s birthday cake. She was amazed that she had never enjoyed a birthday party.

Kim insisted the cake be decorated with tons of flowers as Amy is “obsessed” with them. Elizabeth took her order but still couldn’t believe there wouldn’t be a birthday party to celebrate Amy’s 13th birthday.

Elizabeth couldn’t imagine a child never having a proper birthday party, never being surrounded by friends and family singing “Happy Birthday” and unwrapping presents. All she knew was to take Amy’s cake order and do something other than bake and decorate her cake, she told

“That spoke to my heart. I told her we would invite a few people over and make it extra special.”

Elizabeth, a mother herself, envisioned a handful of people stopping by for Amy’s birthday party after she posted an invitation on the bakery’s Facebook page. She also reached out to KultureCity, an organization that helps public spaces become more sensual for people with autism, hoping they would help her do something special for Amy.

dr Julian Maha, founder of KultureCity, has an 11-year-old son with non-verbal autism. He understands firsthand how discouraged Kim was from birthday parties.

“Nobody ever invites you to their birthday party and nobody ever attends a birthday party for you.”

Julian brought a brand new sensory activation vehicle to the bakery parking lot, outfitted with comfy beanbags, water and lighting elements, textile coverings with different textures, and other elements to help children with autism calm down. It was pretty exciting for everyone, he said.

“The other kids joined her, which eased her anxiety, and after that she went in and had a really good time at the party.” Mom calls a bakery to order cakes for her autistic daughter. Her Answer Will Make You Cry – Women After 40

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