Jenny’s karate studio use to be a few doors down from us. It made things so easy for me if I had appointments after work like therapy or I had to pick up medication. I asked her if it bothered
Last week I got word from his teacher. Pooh is so close to re-mastering everything he lost over the summer. They plan to start picking new stuff for him, and we can start looking ahead. It felt really good having
Can you believe we are at our last day of another year? Its been a difficult journey to say the least, but on a good note I managed to push through it. Both the kids have medications at a good level.
I got off work, feeling sorry for myself. Two appointments, it’s pushing 5 pm, I know there was no way anyone would have enough sense to start dinner, let alone do any picking up around the house. I wanted to go to Target
I had Pooh out in the community over the weekend. We did our usual, finding things at the store, pumping gas, even did a medication pick up. We took a break and headed for a thrift store. He likes to
This weekend was pretty full for the kids and myself. Pooh did well asking for his medication with verifying his name and birthday. He lost focus and tried to reach over the counter and hug the clerk. She seemed terrified at first
That’s what I tell friends and people at work. They are able to go to their normal routine and lives at home but I don’t get to have it that way. It pretty much continues on with prompting or manding
It felt like a very long week since my last post. I tried to get myself psyched to go to work as well as getting Pooh (that’s his nickname at home) ready for school. His cue from me was, “Friday, we have one more day.” And that’s