Coby Ingram is the grandpa-daddy in a spectrum family. He has two grandsons with diagnosed autism. But his youngest daughter—midway in age between them—said recently at her well-child checkup, “I have autism. If I don’t, I’m the only one in the whole family who doesn’t. And what are the odds of that?” The doctor didn’t know what to think. She’s the youngest kid in second grade, and she is one of the smartest. And walks on her tippy-toes. All the time. On the furniture. Coby is a Spanish interpreter because he can do it, and a writer ‘cause he can’t not do it. His current obsessive special interest is autism. Over the last several years, he’s gone from not knowing what it is to knowing quite a bit. He and his family live in rural Eastern Washington.