My poor little man has been up half the night bringing up lots of nasty stomach acid and phlegm, my towels will testify to this.
He is currently laid on the sofa watching videos on YouTube, I think he will fall asleep soon to be honest as he is yawning his head off. He isn’t getting away with no school work however, I have asked his teacher what to do with him!
It’s awful seeing your babies poorly, especially when there is nothing you can do about it.Because he has Sensory Processing Disorder he struggles with being sick as it freaks him out, and it is hard to comfort him
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Have you got little ones? Have they gone back to school? My two went back yesterday. Moo was very reluctant as all she wants to do is stay with me, Colby was so happy to see his best mates.
The kids and I were ready 30 minutes before we needed to set off, this was a shock as usually we are pushing it. Colb even got shoes and socks on with no drama (he has SPD and hates socks).
We did an advance visit on Monday so Colbs could see where he was sat, I could meet his teacher, and then pass information along for her regarding his “quirks”. He is now in year 4, and I’m not going to lie, I’m worried about him progressing up school as he is very very clever but struggles to transfer that onto paper.
Moo is in year 2, and to be honest I am not worried about her. She is on track for gifted and talented pathways. She will soar this year, and she is happy with her teacher.
They both came home last night happy and excited to share their day, let’s see how long it lasts!
Today is parent review day for my eldest and youngest and to say I am proud is an understatement, I’m bursting with pride!
The girl thing, has been marked as expected but her teacher said really she is working above expectation, she just didn’t want to put too much pressure on her.. She got 37/40 in her mock phonics assessment. She is polite, well mannered, always happy to help her friends and staff, and she said her confidence and her independence have grown massively this year from the girl who tried to get you to help her with everything to the girl who is just about completely working on her own! She agrees she was ready for year 2 back at Easter said she said her next teacher works the same as she does so will be perfect for Moo. The one thing to work on is the fact she never stops talking – it’s the same at home so I know the problem well. She ended by saying that she is just going succeed in anything she does.
The boy thing really struggles with school we are still waiting on ADHD/ASD, and he has Sensory Processing Disorder, but he is working toward in reading,. In literacy he needs someone with him to remind him to put capitals, full stops, punctuation etc when he does independent work for english, but he knows all the grammar etc and if they give him it to organise he can do it every time. In maths again he can tell them answers verbally if they sit with him (he does maths with his teacher a lot and they sit with him) but if they leave him unsupervised he just writes any old answer. They are saying he needs a scribe when he comes to tests, and they gave him one for these and he did well. They said he is never naughty as that he is a lovely polite well mannered boy and all his class love him. He did say he has been a lot more stressed and using his chew/fidget more this half term, but he agrees it is understandable with all the ups and downs of isolation.