The Blaine Griffin Facebook page is the beginning.
The page was set up by his mother in September 2015 and has since grown to more than 200,000 likes.
The family started the page as a way to keep their children and grandkids informed of what was happening in the world.
“The page is not just a hobby,” said the Griffin family, who have a son and daughter.
“We want the world to know we are real and we are not a fake.”
In a blog post in March 2017, the family announced that they were changing the name of the page from BlaineGriffin to BlaineForum.
This meant that posts would be updated by other members of the family.
“For many years, Blaine’s parents had no idea what was going on with their son,” the blog post reads.
A post on the Blaine griffin page shows a series of images from the blog. “
Blaine’s page is designed to be a place where people can find answers, share information, ask questions, or simply share ideas and experiences.”
A post on the Blaine griffin page shows a series of images from the blog.
Blaine, who has autism, was diagnosed with Asperger syndrome and Aspergers’ social distancing disorder in 2015.
He was also diagnosed with ADHD, a neurodevelopmental disorder with difficulties with attention, memory and communication.
The Griffin’s Facebook page was established in September last year, and it has more than 2.5 million likes.
One of the first things they do when they visit the page is to post about the latest news.
“He was always a curious kid, fascinated by all things science,” said Emily Blaine.
“So we were thrilled when we found out he had autism.”
A Facebook page has been set up to help find a new home for BlaineThe family was surprised when the page was turned off, but it has since been updated to a more family friendly format.
The current page is currently under the name Blaine Forum, and Emily Blaze said they wanted to be able to show the community that there is still hope.
“As our son’s autism grew, he found it easier to interact with people who shared his interests and passions,” she said.
So we wanted to show them that we are a family, and that he has a new family with a new face.” “
But even more, he wanted to know more about his new family.
So we wanted to show them that we are a family, and that he has a new family with a new face.”
Emily Blake said her son is a big fan of science and is interested in learning more about the sciences.
“It’s hard to keep him interested in science as he gets older, so it was really important to keep the page alive,” she added.
“Even though he is a bit older, we have been able to keep it going.
It’s not just Blaine and his sister anymore, it is a family.”
Blaine is a member of the National Autism Association and the American Academy of Autism Speaks.