Taking the Scenic Route

update: picture from Easter, ST, and Zora moments

11th April 2008

update: picture from Easter, ST, and Zora moments

posted in Autistic Life, Easter, ST, Zane, Zora |

Excuse the photo quality on some of these…some were taken by the camera on the phone, some were taken without flash so as not to reinforce behaviors (didn’t want her to see me taking a picture of her. lol )

The church posted a picture of the choir singing Easter Sunday.  I wish they would have captured the smile, but I am thrilled to have a photo to remember the moment.  (my mom is the person in red with light sleeves behind the microphone)

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At Speech Therapy…he was a firefighter.  Notice the “firehose” (squirt bottle) in the wagon of things he “saved” from the fires?  From a few weeks ago, but I just figured out how to get the pictures off the phone.

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Ack!  Zora!  The board wasn’t interesting enough I guess.  (washable markers though, thank goodness)

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From today:  In Speech therapy he was a builder.  very cute again.

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A few of Zora, after the rainstorm.

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redistributing the puddle

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Usually I put her to bed, but Daddy was freed up, so he did the bedtime story honors tonight.

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This is why he was freed up:

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One worn out little boy.  He ate some late supper, walked over to the couch, and was asleep in minutes.

 

This entry was posted on Friday, April 11th, 2008 at 2:04 AM and is filed under Autistic Life, Easter, ST, Zane, Zora. Both comments and pings are currently closed.
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