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Today my son pointed for the first time!!!

(16 Posts)
Laurajay84 Sun 21-Aug-16 20:34:21

Sorry...but had to tell other people who understand how exciting this (seemingly small milestone) is for us blush

Today my son who was diagnosed with autism a few months ago and is non verbal started pointing at things. He has always pointed at things in books....but has now started pointing at things he wants or finds interesting...in the air!!! gringrin

Yay!! Ok...going to go now.... grin

TwoLeftSocks Sun 21-Aug-16 20:37:20

Yeay smile

reader108 Sun 21-Aug-16 20:58:42

Yay!!! Fantastic news would send smiley faces if I know how to

BumWad Sun 21-Aug-16 20:59:36

Wonderful grin

PolterGoose Sun 21-Aug-16 21:04:19

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Ineedmorepatience Sun 21-Aug-16 22:34:45

YAY! grin

Toots38 Sun 21-Aug-16 22:41:03

Lovely! Share the joy.

AntiquityAgain Mon 22-Aug-16 05:19:16

Yay! I remember the day for ds2, such a wonderful feeling!

MaterofDragons Mon 22-Aug-16 15:58:33

It's a wonderful feeling. Well done to your ds!

Claennister Mon 22-Aug-16 19:22:45

Woo hoo! I am also celebrating a tiny/huge milestone today, but I will not steal your thunder from yours.

Laurajay84 Mon 22-Aug-16 21:20:25

Thanks everyone grin

Claennister Oooh, please do share? grin I love hearing everyone's positive stories!

Claennister Tue 23-Aug-16 07:54:21

My daughter (nearly 10) has learned to co-ordinate her feet enough to ride a scooter. That's 7 years of determined practice paying off. I don't have other people I can tell cos their kids have been whizzing about since nursery age.

Laurajay84 Tue 23-Aug-16 10:52:52

That is fantastic news, Claennister, how wonderful! smile

MaterofDragons Wed 24-Aug-16 10:01:50

Well done to your daughter too! It's a big deal 👏

Claennister Wed 24-Aug-16 14:34:04

Thanks guys. I'm so excited. I hope she remembers what she's learned.

FrancisCrawford Wed 24-Aug-16 14:35:37

Congratulations to both!

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