Sometimes it feels like I post a lot of less-than-happy content here as we navigate our way through this 2e life. It’s not all doom and gloom – sometimes we get to celebrate the little victories and hold out hope
We’re a sensory family. Everyone has sensory sensitivities in some form or another, but the Engineer and Destroyer both have SPD. What, exactly, does that mean? I’ve written about our sensory issues multiple times, from the birthday party to
This weekend was bittersweet. After almost 7 years with the Engineer’s sensory issues, we finally attempted an amusement park. We’ve been to carnivals and fairs plenty of times, but we’ve never tried an amusement park because it’s loud, it’s
I’m drained. Emotionally and physically, I’m just out. Out of energy, out of emotion, out of endurance. This last week – month! – has been a marathon of the less positive aspects of 2e. The Engineer’s issues are cyclic.
We’re finally getting the IEP process underway. This week, we’re in the middle of tests and evaluations from multiple different school personnel. The diagnostician (I’m still unclear why we’re meeting her?) the speech/language pathologist, the psychologist, the school social