Jane from Our Little Escapades suggested bouncy, and it's the first B that comes to my head too. Jane says her son loves to bounce around when he is happy. All my ASD children are the same, they get bouncy when they are happy. Bouncing is just one of the repetitive movements Miss makes and they will be covered more as we move down the alphabet.
Tina from Mother Geek suggested this one, not for her sons behaviour but for other peoples. She says she has lost count of the amount of times people have looked at her like she's the worst parent in the world when S has been having a meltdown. Her son cannot help his behaviour, but other people can. I have to agree, other peoples behaviour and attitudes towards my children is something that frustrates me. all they see is a child having a tantrum!
Its not uncommon for children with ASD to have issues with their bowels. This is very true for my children. Both have had their separate issues, and Miss S currently takes movicol to help her bowels. For Miss S, she doesn't go for days and then gets tremendous overflow. Getting the movicol down her can be problematic in itself although it tastes if nothing, it does change the consistency of the juice. Miss S is very on point, partly due to her sensory issues, so any slight change is massive for her.
Do you have anything else you would add for B then just leave me a comment below. Make sure you come back next week for C is for.....