He is really cute boy…Even hes young he had a lot of dreams…You have to be proud of your son…Thanks for sharing the inspiring blog…
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I always think of mine as little detached limbs. I still feel everything they’re feeling, but have no control over how they respond to it. It’s a difficult position to be in. It gets better. He’s not so far from other kindergarteners. Winnie is clingy and wanting to stay home every other morning and she’s in first grade now and has no issues. I have to make dates with her in the morning for cuddle time later in the day in order to get her to leave the house. When our date comes she cuddles for five minutes then gets up and goes again, too busy for the full hour I promised. We all have to find our own solutions and you will. You’re an incredibly strong woman and you can do anything you decide to!
This brought tears to my eyes because I can so relate.
I know we love our kids SO very much, but I can’t help but have those moments when I wish my son didn’t have to deal with PDD-NOS. I think of how things would easier for him if he didn’t have it… and it just makes me cry.
But you are right, things will get better and they’ll adjust and it won’t always be this hard. xo
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I read that vaccines.are.causing neurological problems and on purpose. It soumds a lottle out there but I read there is a global depopulation agenda and its the reasons why so many things are out of whack such as the chemicals in the foods, shutting down farmers, lead amd.other toxins in tap water. I saw it recently on youtube by a guy named alex jones in a video he titled “food as a weapon” and “proof government is poisoning us”
It’s a difficult position to be in. It gets better. He’s not so far from other kindergarteners. He is a a good boy..You must be proud..
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