Sorry its been awhile since my last post. My biggest worry over everything if Pooh would regress again. PTSD never gives me a break and reminds me in my nightmares of him not knowing who I am, his hallucinations and
One of the teachers I work with asked me if I was ready for summer break. That’s when I realized its been a year since Poohs unexplained regression, so in reality, I have worked straight through. I feel more exhausted mentally, and that’s the worst
Williams IEP went well. It was nice having my support there. Hearing those words, “Whatever you’re doing, keep doing it” was an awesome ring to my ears. Bad news, he lost about fifteen percent after all that happened. His teacher
That first day back to school, was the most stressful day in my life. I wasn’t even planning on returning to work. It seemed easier to think, Bill’s best interest was to be schooled at home. But was it his best interest or more what I wanted?
My son slept from 7pm till about 6 in the morning. It was such a beautiful sight opening my eyes to see him standing and saying, “I’m starving Marvin mommy” with that adorable cheesy grin on his face. I stood up
My son’s illness started in April of 2016. During that week, he experienced insomnia. I didn’t think too much of it since it has happened before. Looking back in my past notes, it was a pattern towards the end of the school year.