(ding! ding! ding!) I decided when we went into quarantine that I was going to be a superstar homeschool teacher. Wolfe had been on a high note when school was stopped, and let me tell you, he had worked for it, his teachers had worked for it. By hell or high water I wasn’t goingContinue reading “Distance Learning vs. The Wolfe”
As little (big) Wolfe got older, I began to notice some quirks. He had some developmental delays that were quickly attributed to being born premature. He walked late, but he had braces on his legs for 23 hours a day until he was 18 months old, so there was a reason. He talked late, butContinue reading “Our Adventure so far… Pregnancy to Quarantine and everything Inbetween. Pt. 2”
How I came to acknowledge and accept that my son was nuerodiverse.