Everyday may not be good!

Everyday may not be good.
Everyday May not be good
 
 A poignant reminder that we all have days where we want to hide in bed all day and wish the days over I know I've wished the last part of December away.

I have some meetings coming up that are making me anxious, and I know if it passes and January comes things will be looking better and brighter.

For now, I have to suck up what will be will be and hope that help awaits.

For those of you who don't know, we have been told monkey has GDD ( Global Development Delay) where she is very behind her peers in things like talking. Currently, she says a minimum of 5-6 words and still not stable on her feet with walking.

And she is also showing signs of autism, for which I spotted very early due to KK, we have a review meeting on 14th with Evie's speech and language therapist.

And I will see what her report says as it is already with the child paediatrician for her Assessment on the 16th.

The children's centre we visit is also putting in place early intervention with a nursery in January; I'm going to be so lost without my baby girl.


But I know from watching Stacey YouTube following Jacobs story that things should improve over time.

Also realised that I seem to of resolved the buggy problems we were having with the new one I brought, next meltdown causer is the car seat. I think it is the straps that are causing a massive issue, again watching Stacey's YouTube I have seen a car seat that she uses no straps around the child, but a bump that placed in front and belt on the outside could be the answer.


I've also found with nappies she has never stayed still screamed the whole time, and it was just a nightmare, but I've discovered that pull up nappies has helped so slowly finding ways to prevent the meltdowns.

clarissa

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