I like that my daughter lines things up.
Someone suggested politely that people tell her the truth, and, well, Frances did.
So, we reached a milestone yesterday, but I really think that I should put it in some perspective, give it some context. Frances has had many milestones to reach over the years. You wouldn’t know it unless you had been around us at the time, but there was a point at which we didn’t knowContinue reading “Milestones: the infancy through toddler years”
My 10yo daughter with HF ASD is an enthusiastic equestrian
I took Frances to a trampoline park on Saturday. We jumped for two hours. I don’t remember the last time I had so much fun, and Frances loved every minute of it.
For the first time, Frances is going to a day camp that isn’t operated by people that she knows. It’s a big change, but it’s not as big as it could have been–she is also attending with two of her cousins with whom she is very close. On the first day, there were noContinue reading “Ad naturam “
This was taken at the local children’s hospital (at which we spend so much of our time). Frances was there to see her occupational therapist who has most recently helped Frances with having her hair brushed. She’s playing at the touch-enabled light table. If we only had one of those!
Frances takes a break during one of her last few ballet classes.
Frances is almost as mad about horses as she is about dolls…and we love visiting horse sanctuaries. This past Saturday, we spent the morning at a fundraiser for a local rescue/sanctuary before her modern dance recital. We met a feisty palomino, a hungry pony, and a friendly donkey… We watched as a standardbred (who hasContinue reading “Horse talk”