...seen a picture of yourself that scared you? I did yesterday. And I’m not really sure that I know what to do about it. I guess laugh. Tell me...
does this make you laugh?
No, I didn’t say what I was thinking, thank goodness. I waited for a second hoping Aiden would give me a few more clues about this masterpiece, and when he didn’t I said, “Wow, I must be happy?” Notice the question mark at the end of that sentence. I knew that I was treading on dangerous waters. I have seen other children’s little eyes well up with tears because I hurt their feelings when making an observation about a piece of art.
Well a glorious smile broke out on Aiden’s big face and he said “Yea, you’re a baby, and you’re happy.”
Speaking of Aiden...remember the weighted blanket that we got last week? We bought one hoping that it would help with his nightly head banging. He has always banged his head as he slept...since he was a baby. We recently found out that this is part of the Sensory Seeking issues that we are learning more about. We were easily up from 3-6 times a night trying to get him to stop, which is hard because he doesn’t even know that he is doing it.
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