Well, here I am 4 weeks into school and Friday was the first day we had a full load of 8 students. 8 students, a physical therapist, an occupational therapist and two assistive technology trainers. Which makes for a very crowded classroom, sigh :(.
It's been a very busy month, getting used to a new computer program for IEP's, which is not quite ready for us to use, getting used to new students and their parents, getting used to a new principal. Change can be difficult and is always exhausting in my opinion. It doesn't mean I won't be happy about the changes, just that I take a while to get used to new things.
Last weekend I brought Jackson home with me. He was not very happy about leaving Mommy and driving to Nana's house with Nana. It's amazing how much it hurts your heart to hear your grandchild cry :(. He eventually brightened up enough to find Iron Man in Target to buy and to tell me he didn't want to eat out, he wanted macaroni and cheese at Nana's house. So that's what we did and he was delighted to find out that Pop Pop had been busy shopping and that there was now a new box of dinosaurs to play with and a put-together batcave with a miniature batman. He already is the owner of a large castle like structure which contains a firehouse and police station.
We spent a wonderful morning at the Air National Guard Air Show. Jackson loved looking at the various aircraft and was thrilled to be sitting in a helicopter! The best part however was the hangar set up as a children's play area with many bounce houses and slides which he loves, especially if there are other children to play with :). We then went to the zoo on Sunday, but Jack wasn't really into it, he said he wanted to see the lions, but once seen, he gladly walked on.
He is getting to be such a big boy and almost cuter than one child can possibly be :).