Please know that I'm not judging anybody if they do choose to opt for any services offered by their school system. IEP's can definitely work. I've seen it work for children that I know personally as well as stories I've read on other blogs. I'm not saying that means there's something "wrong" with your child and not mine. I'm just saying that given the school system we're in (cash poor) and my belief that Asperger's is not really our problem, we just have chosen this path.
Anyway, I hope I didn't offend anybody. I know this is a sensitive topic.
Or hell, maybe nobody even read it. Look at me, getting the big head.
On a lighter note, the other night as Bubba was getting ready for bed, he came into the living room and said "John Thomas said that when you get married to a girl you have to kiss her in just her bra. Is that true?"
Mr. Daddy and I locked eyes while trying to stifle our laughter and come up with some kind of intelligent response.
"Well, Bubba, to marry a girl you have to love her most of all," Mr. Daddy said.
"And you have to stand in front of a preacher and you have to promise to love each other and take care of each other. And then you do kiss. But in clothes!" I informed him, much to his very apparent relief.
I have a feeling "the talk" is just around the corner. I have a feeling we're both going to be horrifed. Who wants to volunteer? Any takers?