Life On The B Side

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High Flyer May 25, 2012

Filed under: Life on the Jay train — The B Side @ 9:55 am
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How To Have Fun On A Day Off From School While Giving Your Daddy Anxiety 101.

(Please ignore the  mess in the room.  It doesn’t usually look like that.  At least, not for very long.)

 

Jay set this little activity up himself.  I walked in and caught him doing tricks off the top bunk onto bean bags one day.  It’s his newest favourite pass time and it drives CC bonkers.  He’s sure one of the kids are gonna get hurt doing this one day.  Of course, I don’t want him to get hurt, but he’s a boy and these are the things that boys do.  Right?  I’m also glad that he has the creativity and the strength and the coordination to pull this off.  I know many of our little auties have problems with muscle tone and clumsiness.

 

 

It’s a holiday weekend here in the US of A.  I hope you all get to do something that’s fun for you and your family.  Something that’s fun but injury free.  I also hope all of your kiddos spend the weekend being happy and melt-down free.  We’re gonna try.

 

xoxo till next week.

 

 

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5 Responses to “High Flyer”

  1. Jay set up his own sensory therapy: a home-made crash pad for vestibular input!

  2. solodialogue Says:

    You’re so funny about “ignore the mess”! I would say the same thing but my house always looks a mess with my one kid!! Jay is very coordinated and yup – that kid is gonna have his own OT business someday! Too smart! Have a great weekend!

  3. Lisa Says:

    Love that he knows what he needs to stay regulated! Hope your weekend is meltdown-free!


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