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Second year in a row I've cried over DS's report....

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fatzak Mon 13-Jul-09 21:40:20

.. but this time because it was so lovely!!

DS has had a really difficult year with his epilepsy and changes in meds. His night time seizures are still not under control and as soon as his meds are at a max for his weight, he just can't cope with anything.

He has had a very mixed year at school and tomorrow we are meeting the Ed psy - I suspect that dyspraxia is going to be the next thing on the list!

Anyway, the headteachers's comment says that he is a delightful, confident boy who deserves a medal for how he has coped with school plus his epilepsy and changes in medication smile (he did add in brackets "And Mum and Dad too" which I thought was very kind!))

It is just so different from last year's (we moved him after reception] which was so negative. Am having very weepy moments as I do worry so much about him at school and his little quirky ways but I am very grin as well today!!!

Ramble over. Just needed to share smile

lou031205 Mon 13-Jul-09 21:47:20

Treasure it smile

mummysaurus Mon 13-Jul-09 21:57:35

your ds sounds lovely - you must be so proud of him

Hassled Mon 13-Jul-09 22:05:51

You need to frame that report .

trace2 Tue 14-Jul-09 09:33:35

fatzak so pleased for ds and you ! yes hes had a tough year so glad hes getting through the tough timesgrin. i did mention dyspepsia to you didn't i?

we should meet up in holidays

anonandlikeit Tue 14-Jul-09 09:38:46


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