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Archive for February 2019

No Socks, No Shoes

When we left the open gym, Shiloh already took his shoe off while in the baby carrier. 👣 By the time we got home, his sock was thrown aside too. This kid prefers bare feet. 😆

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No Cries

For possibly the 3rd time ever, I tucked the boys in for the night and Shiloh didn’t cry when I walked away. 16mo today.

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Choo Choo Stories

Asher has been in the habit that he must play with his toy train before bed and often read his choo choo book to us. I love that he tries to read it to us. He’s very good at narrating the story.

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Fixations in Sensory Processing

This week in sensory processing – Asher gets fixated on some things. Like library story time. The teacher brings a drum out for 1 min each week and has kids say their names while pounding out the syllables into it. After that is done, Asher is fixated on going to touch it even after the…

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Sensory Processing Disorder

*Tantrums happen when a child is trying to get something he wants or needs.*Meltdowns occur when a child feels overwhelmed by his feelings or surroundings. I haven’t shared too much lately about Asher’s progress. We’ve resumed working with Occupational Therapy for Sensory Processing Disorder. It isn’t ADHD or Autism, but some symptoms are similar…

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