Has been… testing.
Yesterday was an okay-ish day at school for #1 Son, but the afternoon and evening at home with me were not.
We had a disagreement which escalated through miscommunication (and a hefty dose of TT distraction) and ended with him hiding and having a full meltdown.
It was hard and painful and upsetting for us both. I ended up sobbing (but I made darn sure he did not see – he doesn’t need that on top of everything else)
It’s hard when your baby tells you he doesn’t want to love you anymore.
Today, not great at school (I now get emails from his teacher when she feels an update warranted). We have however received notification of the first meeting (I’m not optimistic enough to believe it will be the only one) of Special Educational Need provision – 05 December.
That seems a long time away, but it does give us time to see the doctors and get that side of the process going too.
I finished his room:
Well mostly, the remaining boxes contain games, DVDs or garage stuff so won’t be unpacked until our final storage solutions are in place. But not bad for a day’s work.
They are capable of playing with each other without killing each other occasionally:
Sadly, the idea of putting TT into nursery one day a week has had to be put on hold for the foreseeable.
The only practical nursery setting a. only allows for a minimum 2 days per week and b. is fully booked and has a waiting list stretching to next summer! 🙀🙀🙀🙀🙀🙀🙀
While this is incredibly disheartening, it also gives me an idea of our realistic options, so I plan to get her on the waiting list as soon as my work permit is granted.
I won’t be looking for a job until #1 Son is more settled. I cannot add more stress to him right now and that level of change could be disastrous for him at themoment.