A New Chart and an Old Failure

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6 Responses

  1. bissthefirst says:

    No failure here, just another lesson.

  2. All I can say, Heather, is that you’ve been doing the most important thing for Aidan from Day One: pouring your love out all over him. I know he has absorbed that! xxxooo

  3. Carrie says:

    I’ve known Aidan since elementary school but not as much as last year working one on one with him. Reading all your posts give me even more insight to him and your family. My heart breaks for you reading some and others I sit here and cheer. Ive seen a lot of changing with him all positive. I can never say I know how you feel just working with him and other children but I know he is happy and healthy so please try to cut yourself some slack mom. Just seeing him use that chair is amazing to me.

  4. Shivaun says:

    “Failure to thrive…” in this case is a stock computer medical term. The REALITY is you are an A++ Devoted Mother with an A++ Angelic Son and your young man is growing and developing and thriving…each blog post and picture affirms that reality. He is perfect.

    You could use about one month on a caribbean island with an ocean breeze sweeping your hair, and the tide lapping in. Please add: A very nice, very cold, frozen margarita with a pink paper umbrella twirling. Wait, I’m gonna make that happen for you right now.

    I’ll be back in just a moment…with a plane.

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