I know better than to get excited about something that only happens once. Yet, somehow, it will be hard to fall asleep tonight.
I drove three and a half hours with Pearlsky to have a two hour lunch and drive back. Don’t ask. For that, you get a blog post that may or may not hold together. I’m tired and it’s random.
There have been questions about Pearlsky’s diagnosis and the phone call the other day, etc. So, here is more information on her, it, and stuff.
Obviously I did not have a choice. I had to tell Pearlsky that my dad was not going to be visiting. Mom was to arrive early afternoon on Thursday. I started talking to Pearlsky in the morning, telling her that her aunt and grandmother were coming. I told her that grandpa was not going to
These progress reports are as enlightening as the IEPs themselves. Our next IEP meeting is the end of the month. Here are some direct quotes from the report just received. (And note the new poll of the day on the right.)
I swear, I have not taken any of my meds tonight, none.
I just got Pearlsky’s Progress Report from school. Well, thank God, it is about time for some progress. Actually, it should be called the Not Progress Report … Measurable Annual Goal: Pearlsky will use a variety of communication techniques to request activities, objects or to initiate interactions with peers and adults. How well we know