Jenny McCarthy and Evan at Disneyland

06/27/2007 at 09:27 PM ET

Jenny McCarthy, 34, gets squished by son Evan Joseph,5, on Tuesday as they rode the Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage at Disneyland inAnaheim, CA.

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Thanks to CBB readers Heather and Karen.

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MMM on

There is another picture I saw of the 2 of them from the same day which is so beautiful. They are both looking out of the submarine window on the ride.

It makes me wonder, if I was a celeb as much as I would hate to have paps follow me around and take my picture, at least you would get some great photo album pictures out of it. I mean, they never have to bring a camera with them.

Southern girl on

MMM…True they would get some good pics…but some bad ones, too! …And I don’t think that the good ones would even be worth it because It would drive me INSANE having people around me all the time, in my face, taking photos of me and especially my kids…oh but wait, here we are on this site just waiting for the next picture…LOL! :-)

kelly on

I just read somewhere that her son Evan is Autistic, along with Holly Robinson-Peete & Tisha Campbell. I guess they have some sort of Organization also for Autism Awareness.

Stephanie on

It’s great to see an autistic kid look so happy and interacting with his mom like that. It shows how dedicated to him she must be.

Tracy on

He is such a cutie-pie!

It’s so great to see Jenny as a mother! She seems to be doing a GREAT job!!!

chersolly on

Nice to see an Austic child out in a public having a good time.

gianna on

he looks like his dad

maxson on

I ran into her at Disnayland two weeks ago when I went with my whole family. She was with two staff members and I was sadened that she couldnt enjoy the way or family does. Yes she doesnt have to wait in lines.
She has to be suffled around with crowd control.
She was walking fast and ran smack into us.

Christine on

Nice to see an Austic child out in a public having a good time.

It’s great to see an autistic kid look so happy and interacting with his mom like that.
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The above comments stood out to me. Likely because my 4.5yr old is autistic. He is fun and funny and we do what any other normal families do as far as day trips/family attractions etc…in public, you would have no idea he is any different from other kids.
I think that the impression many people have of those on the autism spectrum is inaccurate. Hopefully Jenny’s book will get that out and shed a new light.

Yikes…sorry ’bout that!
Hoppin of my soapbox now!

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