Category Archives: Kids

Time to sleep hell

Right now I’m sitting int he living room hearing my 2.5 yo scream like crazy all the words he know how to say that he thinks will communicate his frustration. “What do you waaant” “Open” ” No sleep” ” LECHE” … Continue reading

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ThanksGiving

Thanks I have to say, because we are fine, we are alive, we are in the correct place to receive the help my son needs. Thanks because we have food on our table, because no matter how difficult things sometimes … Continue reading

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Afraid of sleep

I’m afraid of sleep lately. It is not that I’m afraid of darkness, as I was in the past. It is not that in afraid of nightmares, no, although I’m afraid of dreams. See, when I lay in bed ready … Continue reading

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Giant Steps

We are having giant, humongous, steps. And I’m so afraid we find a stop to this pattern. HE has been sayng so many words, even dancing and waving following the words of a song. Then singing the song with ITS … Continue reading

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And the word of the day is…..

DELICIOUS.   My 27 mo old, almost non verbal kid that has only used 3 or 4 words and of course 20 numbers ( because he is all about music and numbers) said : ” delicious” today. Just because he … Continue reading

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What should I fight for?

Lately I have been doubting a lot. That denial cycle has come and go and go and come. Today was a great day for my son. He was a parrot. Yes. The non talking kid was trying so hard to … Continue reading

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Little daughter

My oldest got in my nerves today. OMG! How come someone have such a selective hearing?. I mean really?. It is not just the constant chitchat, or the constant why why why. As tired as I am of both things … Continue reading

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