Posts for this year have been few and far between,...but when you are seven years old and Superman...you're a very, very busy little guy!
Lots to do!
Like a Bounce House party organized by our church's Special Needs ministry.
Thank you to all the volunteers who gave of their time to make a special event for our super children.
Paying it back,...volunteer work,...offering service to hungry folks!
And on Superman's agenda there is school,...and field trips!
Charming the goats and donkey!
Our little guy also charmed the socks off all of the Miracle League buddies!
It was a great season!
But,...new ventures are opening for our little guy.
How about some Upward Basketball?
Basketball is a very, very, VERY big deal,
lots and lots of social skills.
Practices have been going well,...our little guy has a nice little shot.
Communication is a challenge,
but sign language visuals have been invaluable.
It's hard to believe there were those, who argued against us using sign language
with our child,...but signing has been such a blessing,
and without the visual cues,...our little guy would not have made as much verbal progress.
Speaking of progress,
Isaac has no problem whatsoever taking the leadership role in any project,
which might be interesting during the actual basketball games,
if Isaac decides to 'correct' the referee.
Please note in this pix,...WHO has the lumber list!
But like any 'true' leader,...our little guy only wants to serve others.
He's a true superhero!
This was the first year Isaac showed any interest in dressing up for the 31st.
Notice the curl,...it was a detail,...I missed, but our little guy didn't.
"Hair, Mommy!" said I.I. showing me a picture of Superman,
for let us be precise!
For us it's been a crazy busy fall,...
and this winter doesn't seem like our schedule is going to let up.
Oh yes,...playtime is over,
our little guy has made enough progress it is time to get serious
about educational standards.
Let's make no mistake,...this will be a Mount Everest,
educational standards are solidly centered around
the ability to communicate.
But,...then this challenge shouldn't be too
as we're dealing with Superman,
he can leap tall buildings,
and speed faster than a speeding bullet,
should be a piece of cake.
and no doubt,
more about academics in future posts,
Mama could get on a soapbox,
but not this post,
we'll only too grateful to have this challenge before us.
Nothing,...absolutely nothing is off the table for our little guy.
We're going to take it one academic standard at a time,
and have FUN while we're at it.
When you're seven,
it's impossible not to have a blast!
Until we post again,...may God bless and keep you!