Scream it from the top of the mountains in your bathrobe, because school is back in session!!
Seven joyous hours put back into your day. Bathroom breaks are no longer a fight as to who can annoy mommy the most.
Lunch doesn't have to be a buffet of endless options because everyone wants something different.
In my household, I have one back in school starting fifth grade this year.
I can't even believe we are here at fifth grade with a ten year old! My other two are home bodies, being three and one year of age.
This year I decided to start homeschooling my three year old. My three year old, Oliver, is also my superhero diagnosed with spina bifida and hydrocephalus amongst the other hitch hiker sub-diagnosis.
Here in Texas, for early schooling, you have to pay at most places for a placement (if they have any availability).
I had Oliver evaluated through ECI and the school district in our area to see if he qualified for any special placement of going to school for a few hours with other children of intellectual or physical disabilities.
Unfortunately he did not qualify, as he scored a tad higher than children his own age.
We also Cath my little man every three hours, and have not even begun our thought process on how that would take place while he is away at school during the day.
As a stay at home mom, I just figured I had the time and could be the first to teach my son and watch him grow.
He is just in the gray area of being too young to Cath himself and it is something I want to have time to work on with him.
Even if we resort to having a nurse do it at school, there is so much to prepare even for him having someone else (a stranger) do this private thing for him.
My plan is to homeschool this first year and see how it goes with visiting the elementary next year and how comfortable we are with sending him off for a few hours.
I want my social little butterfly to expand and succeed in all that he does. Just in our own time.
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