… The Home/School book. B gets her book filled daily with what she has done or where she’s been as she can’t tell me herself. School will also record less thrilling things such as foods eaten, bowel movements and if she has any nappy sores (a recurring problem.) Its also used for me to tell them on days when she gets up at 4am or hasn’t eaten or exciting things she’s done at the weekend (tv and iPad use don’t heavily feature.) Her book is what I look forward to most as without it I’d be totally in the dark. 38 more words
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WHEN I look at my daughter Amelia, I see lots of things. I see a wonderfully healthy, milky-skinned towhead with dark, dark eyes.
My eyes rest on her all-terrain body some days and I conjure up images of her in a field, pausing from her work to glance at the sky, the sun, like a stocky Russian peasant, built to withstand the elements. 803 more words
Sometimes I think neighbors and people we see often around the neighborhood must think we are crazy parents, or have no control. This morning was a perfect example, and it wasn’t much different that most mornings. 585 more words
Haven’t seen Sonny in weeks.
MISS HIM LIKE MAD.
So here are some random ramblings…
Occasionally, Sonny has a meltdown when we are out, only when something is really bad, (like its really crowded, or the pool is shut etc) but when it does happen, and he is crying and screaming and hitting, that is when I really see Sonny’s autism. 292 more words