Wednesday, June 20, 2012
My son shows love when love is given to him.
We are having a hard time with getting people in education services here to understand this.
Today was a hard day to hear his teacher doesn't want him. So once again we are in a tug of war with our hearts and what is needed. We want him to love to go to school but we don't want him where he is not wanted. Does that make sense?
We want him to learn to be around kids in a school setting, but how is he supposed to do that when every teacher here makes him leave after 2 classes?!?!
A teacher who shows no love, no excitement to teach and totally acts as if my child is not even in her class. I am so frustrated and thankfully we had a state therapist step in and evaluate and show love and care for him. We are anxiously waiting for a phone call to give us instructions on what steps to take next.
Our child is smart and over developed in most areas other than speaking. To have a "teacher" tell us he is behind and shows no motor skills is laughable. If you have read my blog long enough you have seen his art work at 2 years of age and how he can draw a person to a T. We see him excel in memory skills and motor skills everyday at home. He is just yearning to be with other kids and have someone show him love in a school setting.
Yes, he is very hyper-active but is very controlled when he is kept motivated and intrigued on the project at hand.He melted my heart last night when I finished this doll.
Immediately grabbing her and going to take her for a ballroom dance session.
Giving her all the love he had in his heart and talking to her, caressing her. Falling asleep with her.
The Doll is just a few inches shorter than him and made the best friend to drag along with him.
I know these pictures are horrible but I wasn't planning on blogging, I just have a lot on my mind with this school system here and how horrible it must be for parents who do have Special Needs children. My mind goes to how that child feels everyday, and what it must feel like to be treated different from someone you are supposed to trust and is supposed to be there to give you attention and teach you just like every other kid in the class.