One of the most wonderful things about Frances is that she loves a good mystery: her mind won’t let something go until she has considered it from every angle — and even then, sometimes. At the park today, a kitten followed us around and played with Frances and her cousin for a long time. TheContinue reading “The case of the friendly cat”
I was wearing a hoodie today — my one and only hoodie — when I went to pick up Frances. Her: Oh my gawd! You do not look great in that! You can’t wear that EVER AGAIN! We always say: if you want the truth, ask Frances… 🙂 (I just want to add: sheContinue reading “On the bus”
For a couple days recently, Frances was home sick, but she had plenty of energy. I was sick, too, with a little less energy than usual. So, for some unknown reason, I decided to try to organize some of my art supplies, and Frances offered to help sort my crayons by colour. I thought ofContinue reading “Helpful kid”
So, this is probably a Canadian pastime…
Every day, Facebook delivers memories of my girls, and it usually reminds me to make a journal entry of some sort. Here, Frances is three-and-a-half and waiting for her preschool class to start. She loved to play with the light and shadows, and she still does!
As I’ve mentioned before, Frances goes to a private school. It’s not a school for children with ASD, but it gives her the small classroom size and the individual attention that she needs. No school is perfect, but we really like it for her as it follows our province’s school curriculae yet also heavily emphasizesContinue reading “Nature studies “
Frances is now at her 8th week or so of horse riding lessons, and for the last seven weeks or so, I’ve watched her walk or trot the horse over poles. Last night, I learned that the other riders had been riding for a year before they started walking and trotting over poles in September.Continue reading “Over the poles”