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my ds has been dry for 2 days at pre school woo hoo as you all know he doesnt speak when at pre school and has now started the odd chat but not really initiating stillbut seems to have gained some control to not wee himself so i am so proud of him i really am his speech seems to be very jumbled again but i know he does this before another leap of goodness comes along and his also loving plaster of paris and painting his creations i will find out thur what he has been awarded at pre school for one to one time but i am so nervous as this little boy i know has been awarded no one to one and his needs are more than my ds anyway i am really proud of my angel he really can be hard work but my goodness life wouldnt be the same without him he brings so much happiness into my life struggles or no struggles his my boy x
sorry very rambly just needed to let it all out lol
Aaw, well done to your ds.
lol needed to let it all out everyone in rl doesnt seem to understand why im so overjoyed eveytime i mention something he has done theres has done this too etc and they dont have sn but i knbow you all understand lol thanks guys xx
Know what you mean bubblagirl. I was jumping for joy because this morning DD said "we're going to school" instead of "<own name> is going to school" and just NOBODY GETS IT. Well done your DS!!!
hooray for bubblaboy!! so pleased for you
that's fantastic news, very well done to your ds - big news indeed!
that is so important and so fantastic must do his self esteem some good too hopefully the other boy's needs are different and your ds will get what he needs.
well done to your dd too brioche it is small things like this that make you see that maybe things will get better but most of all less of a challange for them
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