Good news: He's taking mac and cheese more easily. He even chewed it instead of swallowed it whole tonight.
Bad news: He sobs more when Darrel's home and we do feeding than when it's just the two of us. I think he knows how much the screaming and crying sets Darrel off.
Good news: He's been (pee) accident-free at home for...hm, five days now?
Bad news: We sent him to daycare in underwear both days last week. What. A. Fiasco. He still refuses to use the potty there, and we cannot figure out why. He's willingly used the toilets at Target, three different diners, two different doctors' offices, my mother's, and a mechanic's, but he won't use the potty in the building he's gone to since he was five months old.
Good news: He hasn't soiled any underwear since Thursday.
I am married to my best friend and have a three-year-old son who has Sensory Processing Disorder. I have a mother who is going on six years since she was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease). I work full-time as a sign language interpreter in a high school. Much of this blog will be stories about dealing with SPD in our every day life, with other random things sprinkled in.