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She came out, mad as a box of frogs, calling to various children as she passed them."Bye Amelia.....Arwyn, Arwyn..see you later!....Hi Sophie..."As we got in the car and drove away, she saw a boy she knows. "Oooh it's Harry!"Harry saw her and waved, excitedly.She squealed in delight as we passed him "Oooh we're zooming past Harry, Mummy!"She's come alive She buzzes now, as she skips out of school. A different child entirely. Still her, still quirky, but so happy.
<love> I feel like that when someone says hello to DS2 and he jumps and squeals or tries to reply.Then cry for other reasons when DS1 tries to run along with other boys out of his class, then turns and ruffles their hair and pisses them off
Aww that's brilliant - your DD2 sounds lovely Lougle
I am delighted for you. Wonderful! You're lovely daughter!
This is the child who was so shut down she wouldn't even acknowledge other children in the classroom and just pushed past them on the way out the door.It's remarkable.
Oh that is wonderful to hear <warm and fuzzy>
That's so lovely - I've filled up
lougle what a fabulous post. I'm so happy it worked. Well done. What a very different life you all have now.
awww I'm crying , So nice to hear! Ds had a bad day today. Complete Meltdown. Brought home his differences and how unsupportive his school are. Just wanted to whisk him up and smother him with hugs. Think a move may be on the cards too.
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Am so happy for you
Sounds lovely, long may it last Lougle!
That sounds great.
You know Lougie, we have such a similar story....happiness is so under-rated, and until your child is comfortable with themselves/feel good about themselves , we have no idea what they are capable of.It is just fantastic.....but also so distressing that some teachers do not realize the damage they are doing.
Aww you're making me well up.How lovely for your daughter, and you!
Thank you all I've no idea what's happened. I hold my breath that it may last.There are things to sort, which I've realised may have to be sorted by me, rather than outside help, but who cares?
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