Well, here we are at the end of day 5, a Saturday. I have been ill all day, yech! Our youngest has been just bouncing off the walls for most of the day, even though he has a hacking cough. I wish that I could do the same. Over all, It has been a good day. But, I spent most of the day sleeping so can’t say much for the rest of the family’s thoughts about the day. Should I feel bad about that? Well, in a way I do, but I also have two auto-immune disorders that need to be cared for. Cared for in that when I get sick, I need to rest immediately to prevent a hospital stay. The nice thing is that my family understands this. We only had two issues with our youngest today, but they are both so minor that they don’t bear discussion.
He must not be feeling good today. Here it is after 10am and he is still wanting to sleep. He is fighting a sinus infection, but that has been going on for a couple of days. Blood draw at 11:45 again. Then we are going on an outing to the hardware store to price out a new dryer since ours died. Having a family of seven means that our appliances get a lot of use. After lunch, school work time. 🙂 He does it without complaint. I am so impressed. We are still working on getting another meeting setup with his IEP team so that he can return to public school, but so far this seems to be working. Only time will tell, as I imagine he will get tired of seeing my face all of the time. A shout out to my friend Rob Gorski and his family over
Today started out rough. Bad mood on his behalf. Once we got the siblings off to school, he was fine. Spent the morning playing and looking for the homework pile that mom put together for us. Never did find it. In the afternoon we went into the city for an appointment for me. Grandpa was nice enough to host our son for the two hours I needed to go to my appointment. Everything went like clockwork. Trying to get all of the players together to meet with the school district about his return to public school. I think that it would be easier to get a job at the circus working as a lion tamer. Very frustrating. In the meantime, in order to keep the district in compliance, we need to complete some paperwork that says we are home schooling our son. We aren’t home schooling him because we want