David is doing well with Time4learning. We have made the decision; however, to not pay for a subscription for him. After all, we did buy him a curriculum which he is doing just fine with. It has certainly encouraged me to allow him to use the kids’ computer more often for learning games. If you know me, allowing my kids to touch anything electronic is tough for me…big step for Mommy! (yay me)
If you are looking for a way to save money on your children’s curriculum http://www.time4learning.com is a great place to start!!
My Mother and Father In Law have purchased some school supplies for us this past week. The kids and I are all thankful!
(they are all lined up with their new pencil boxes)
I have a question about children with sensory issues. Mayah is constantly fidgeting with something to touch. Let her be? Suggestions? Thanks;)
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I noticed this morning before Dan left for work, Mayah has zero physical connection to him. Yes, she gives hugs-but watching her hug her Daddy was akin to me hugging the pedestal fan. Dan has realized he needs to seek her out a bit more and hug her, sit next to her, just simply be close. It’s difficult to realize when your almost 8 year old daughter doesn’t think she needs to be held and grow in physical bonding with her parents. I have made a strong strong STRONG effort to constantly try to touch her in a loving way. Holding hands, rubbing her face, stroking her hair while we’re cuddling on the chair in her room. It has taken a long time but it is finally paying off. I desire to be close to her now, just like I desire to be touching the boys and showing Mama’s love the way I’m supposed to. Mayah also seeks me out for hugs and kisses and nice gentle touches. It’s extremely rewarding. #redemption