We had a pleasant visit with David today. No issues, no tantrums.
Last week after we left he had a period of high activity and needed to be restrained. They were afraid he would hurt himself or someone else. Since then, no problems.
Nearly every week I hear how good he is doing.
If he is doing so well, why won’t they keep him? Why force us to move him?
I just don’t understand.
The standard argument is that he needs a “low stimulus” environment. Well, there are only four kids in his residence currently. Short of isolating him completely, how “low stimulus” can he get?
- A pleasant visit (whynotfathers.com)