Monthly Archives: May 2011

Jake’s Fingers: Jake vs. Jello

This week has been a time of discovery and trying old things in a new way.  Every toddler’s brain is something of a mystery, but Jake’s is especially hard to crack because of his sensory disorder and speech delays.  I … Continue reading

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Jake’s Fingers: Guesswork in the Maze

I’ve learned that part of being a mother is seeing my child behave very differently in public than he ever would at home.  We’ve all heart the mother say, “I’ve never seen him do that before” and we’ve all thought … Continue reading

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Jake’s Fingers: Proud and Happy Mama

Every week we go to therapy, I come up with one more reason to love our occupational therapist, Becky.  I’ve had a lot of time to think about our doctor’s appointment last week (https://sistertwo.wordpress.com/2011/05/06/jakes-therapy-the-missing-link/ ), but no one who could … Continue reading

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I Knew I Was a Mom When…

Five hours of uninterrupted sleep suddenly became a luxury. It became very important to not lose a big yellow duck or a blanket named “Nelly”. I wanted to slap people who were mean to their children. I once forgot to brush … Continue reading

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Jake’s Therapy: The Missing Link

Last week, I was informed that we only have seven therapy sessions remaining to get Jake up to speed before our insurance runs out.  I had one of those unnerving experiences in which I realized a whole lot of medical professionals … Continue reading

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Protected: The Bandits Took My Chapstick!

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