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    Sara, try www.visualaidsforlearning.com They have free downloads with steps of toileting and morning/evening routines and stuff which I am going to use for Jock.
    I know how you feel about Alex still acting like a 2 year old, Jock is finally acting like he is ready for school, you know, like he is 4, because he is a couple of years delayed...which meant he seemed to be a tantruming toddler for ages!!!
    Actually the painfull child in my house at the moment is Bronte, partly due to the fact that she doen't understand why Jock gets away with some things that she doesn't and partly because she is bored..bring on school next year, lol!
    Better go do some chores now, house won't clean itself. Wish it would...
    Have a good day all.

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    Hi ladies
    Just a quick note.
    SARA the site is www.dotolearn.com It has a part to click on that says free printables they are black and white pictures so I colour them in before laminating. Hope this helps. Good luck with the appointment. Hope it goes well.
    Well the paed has Peter starting a new medication but have tried to get it and have been told it is not a popular product in the small dose they only have larger doses. So I will have to order it in. I wanted to start him on it straight away. It is for the anxiety and for the aggression. I hope it works for him and that there are no serious sideeffects with it.
    Well off to have my dinner. Hope you are all well. Oh and SARA yes the dr said it is a virus. But I am much better. Hope you are feeling well.
    Buy for now.

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    omg im neglecting you girls i really am

    hi. you will never guess what seth is..

    he is like a new boy. he is settled on his gluten free diet with probiotic and multi vitamin.

    he is saying....
    1. MUM & mummy
    2. DAD & daddy
    and saying it to the right people
    3. bubba
    4. ball
    5. boo (peek a boo)
    6. booby ( my bad lol )
    7. ow and rubs where he is in pain
    8. ta ( and gives you items he isnt spose to have or is finished with like his milk cup)

    he is using his milk pecs card really well. and knows who ruby is and sometimes follows a command like "go protect ruby" (he will stand infront of her and stop someone hitting her (my 3year old nephew hits.)

    he is such a character.. he likes more kisses and cuddles. but during early intervention HATES mat time with a passion.

    while im here if you want to add me to face book pm me!!.

    keep well everyone

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    Rosie that is WONDERFULK news! Go Seth! I have been thinking about you alot actually, wondering how you are and so glad to hear things are going well. What do you think has caused it all? The gluten free diet? Makes a huge difference with Alex. How old is he now? Bet it's in your signature, lol. He's going really well anyway! Hey I just joined facebook so will PM you and Kylie have to find you on there again!

    Are you having a better day Kylie? You sound a wee bit chirpierThanks I will check out that site and the one you posted Letitia, hope you are feeling better today too

    Poor bubba Alex has come down with tonsillitis, hasn't had it for ages so a bit of a bummer. So hard when they can't tell you whats wrong- took him down this afternoon after he woke up with a temp this morning. Would have taken him earlier except he wasn't distressed, just lethargic and feverish. I asked him if he had an "owie" anywhere, he said, "no," I asked about his tummy, throat etc etc he kept saying "no" then I said "do you just want cuddles and your Thomas DVD?' To which he replied animatedly, "yes, YES!" lol, funny boy. Praying he is better in the morning as we ahve psych appointment

    Hey where is everyone else, very quiet here. Hope everyone is having a good weekend!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Hi once again ladies
    Rosie that is great news about Seth wow you must be so proud of him. Hope every thing is going well for you. Take care.
    SARA oh poor Alex what a bummer for him. I am so glad Emily had hers out before her 2nd Birthday as she just kept getting it with maybe a weeks break in between. So I know what you are going through.Hope all is well for tomorrow. Give him a dose of nurofen a half hour before appt tomorrow and maybe he will be ok. Peter is going to see a psych at the end of the year. It will be good to know what is going on some times. Well best be off got a messy house to clean before my tupperware party at 9.30am. Oh well it is a fundrasing thing for the bush fire families. Well hope everyone else is healthy and families are being good. Kylie hope all is well in your house. Catch up tomorrow. Kiddies having sleep over at nanna's house so I can do the last of my assignment. What a relief it will be. Take care. Keep smiling. Letitia.

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    Just popping in quickly to let you know I'm thinking of all of you, unable to post anything in great length though until I move into my new house!!!!!!! Yeehar I've gotten approved for me very own house, no more bloomin townhouse complex living for us

    Hopefully I can get to some decent personals in the next few days, although I have to really get stuck into packing etc.

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    oh make is 11 words as he can say one,two,three.. ( i count b4 i tell him off.. ) so its me one.. then him two,three with a huge smile on his face coz he knows he is in trouble.

    i think its a combination sara. his gluten free diet as well as he is accepting more variety of foods including lentils. his age. (grown up,bigger brain) some of the early intervention.. his bowels are back to normal so no belly ache. yeah it all goes together i think

    sara, seth is nearly 2.5 years old. yes it is in my sig.

    sara - sorry to hear about alex's throat.

    mumof2cuties - does the phych talk to your son or you? and how helpful is it?

    scrapmadmum2k - congrats

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    hi again... it's great reading all your posts (I'm really not alone in all of this!!)

    we're waiting on blood results for Griff with different intolerances (this thurs!) - very excited about that.

    He also has his first psychologist appointment this week - we've nearly been waiting 10 months! far out.

    Have started using photos of main places we go - park, grandma's etc and it's been really REALLY good in terms of cutting down on meltdowns. We give him a 5 min. warning, then show him pic of car and the place we're going. Works a treat leaving the house and especially when we're coming back home.

    Griff turns 3 next week...

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    Hey everyone.

    I think my 21 month old son might have ASD or Aspergers syndrome. I am not really sure if there is any point taking him to a "specialist" (have no idea what they are called). To find out for sure.

    I also have Aspergers syndrome, I got a diagnosis when I was 11-12ish... It tends to run in my family, three of the five of my siblings on my dad's side have it, and my dad has it, and a few other family members to.

    I don't really know for sure what "normal" behavior is. But my mum says that he seems to have it.

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    porridge - i hope he has a nice birthday.. let us know how he goes.

    neostudded - what makes you or your mum think that? hope your doing well.. im sure you will cope just fine with what ever comes up.


 

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