|Being Robin, not Batman|
Well after last nights post I thought I had to accept that Muffin was stuck in a less than desirable situation for the rest of the school year. Then my phone rang today and it was the director of his preschool calling about switching Muffin to the other Jr. K class. Turns out 4 kids that were supposed to be enrolled in the other class never showed.
Bonus, this teacher is much more aware of SPD and has had kids with special needs in her class before. Even better, she was warm and kind and comforting. She has invited Cade to come to school early tomorrow so he can get a tour of his new classroom. The assistant teacher knows Muffin back from his MMO days.
|Sensory Seekers like to be upside down. Here he is watching TV.|
This is the right thing. Someone up there must be looking out for my babe.
I wanted to also include this link HERE to an old (2007) Time Magazine story. I think it is still a great article. I posted it on my Facebook page asking that anyone who hasn't yet heard of Sensory Processing Disorder read it. People ask me all the time if it's a "real" thing. I'm living it, it's real.
We've got 1 year until Kindergarten and we WILL be ready!!!