So, I feel like I haven’t posted in a really long time. It’s probably not all that big of a lapse, but life has been so hectic, it really feels like it! Seriously, every day is such a blur. My schedule is so jam-packed, I finally had to break down and get a planner and a fridge calendar because I literally couldn’t remember anything.
Knox has even more therapy going on now with his new ABA therapy- my friend, Danielle, from church works with children with Autism and has started to do some work with Knox weekly. I’m so grateful to have her expertise on board, and it’s pretty cool that God gave us this friendship at the perfect time!
With the BabyNet program and Knox’s new autism diagnosis, he gets 20 hours of therapy a week (paid for).This is a great thing for him and hugely helpful. However, with four separate people already in and out of our house weekly, the thought of adding one more person to the mix was enough to make my head spin and my calendar bleed. Enter: my mom. She cut back on her work hours in order to get trained for ABA and do therapy with Knox. Having her here is comfortable for all of us, and even though it has been hard for her to add “therapist” to her role as “Gigi,” she is ready and willing to learn in order to help Knox. We are so grateful to have such amazing parents that are so involved with our kids, and who are always willing to help out. Thanks Grandpa, Mimi & Gigi for always doing what’s best for the boys, even when it’s tough!
Brody agrees and adds that Gigi gives a mean scooter ride:
I had to show y’all this too. Knox loves to draw on his Magnadoodle, and his new thing is drawing faces.
And it actually looks like a face! I was teaching him how to draw a cat last week, and apparently not much sunk in… Except for whiskers.
Because the only part of a cat worth drawing are the whiskers, you know.
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