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Tell Me a Secret

By Joysautismblog @joysautismblog

There are a few phrases that Adrian gets stuck on and he’ll say them several times a day. I’m not complaining, I love listening to whatever he has to say to me!

Lately it’s been “Tell me a secret!” and then I’m supposed to make this “pst pst pst” sound in his ear. We do that at least 5 times a day.

The other thing that he says often is “Are you happy?” Anytime I get upset with him about something like when he was in a very bad mood one morning and was refusing to get on the school bus. I sternly told him that he needed to get on the bus and he says “Are you happy?” or any time we say anything sternly he will go through the emotions “Are you happy?, Are you sad?, Are you mad?” That one he has taught to Lincoln and both Glen and I laughed, and looked at each other, and wailed a dramatic “Noooooo!”

Speaking of Mr. Lincoln…he is talking so much better. It’s really amazing how far he’s come. I’ve said it too many times but Lincoln’s development mirrors Sanura’s in so many ways. Sanura turned out ok with no intervention so the fact that Lincoln’s development looks like her’s and he’s getting intervention really puts me at ease.

I checked out a book from the library about manners and Sanura and I are reading it together during our homeschooling hours. Today we talked about introducing yourself to others, introducing your friends to each other, and shaking hands properly. I’m so glad I have opportunity to work with her on things like this. We had some good laughs when I made her pretend that we were strangers and introduce herself to me. She’s a really fun kid.

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